The lawsuit claims that PeopleNet employed biometric time clocks to track workers in violation of Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).
Workers are required by BIPA to make clear to their staff the biometric data they are collecting.
From April 2, 2016, and March 21, 2023, PeopleNet in Illinois undertook a biometric scan on qualified members.
The scans were carried out by the corporation using Tempo PN-2000, Tempo PN-1000, and Optima time clock systems.
Bullhorn’s subsidiary, PeopleNet, a provider of tech for human resources, has not acknowledged any illegal activity.
The payment will be split equally among all class members. From $500 and $1,000 is the estimated payoff.
To be qualified, applicants must submit a legitimate claim by July 24, 2023. Interested parties can read more and submit an objection here.
However, several other settlements are presently being distributed around the nation, even if applicants may need to wait a long to get their settlement.
There are now several such direct payment initiatives active all around the nation.