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Amazon Rounding and Breaks Oregon Labor Law Settlement

Amazon.com Services, LLC and Amazon.com, Inc. are settling a class action about wages and hours. The complaint alleged Amazon (1) rounded workers’ starting and stopping times in a way that disadvantaged employees, (2) did not pay for clocked-out rest periods that were shorted than thirty minutes, and (3) did not promptly pay all wages due  Read more

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Caravan Foods California Labor Law Settlement

Caravan Foods II, Inc. is paying $1.25 million to settle a class action alleging the company violated California labor laws. Among the complaint’s allegations were that the company did not pay all minimum and straight time wages, did not pay proper overtime wages, did not provide required rest and meal breaks, did not reimburse employee  Read more

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Ameripec Labor Law California Settlement

Ameripec, Inc. is settling a class action alleging it violated California labor laws. According to the complaint, the complaint alleged that the company had failed to pay minimum wage for all hours worked, failed to pay overtime at overtime rates, failed to provide the required meal and rest periods, and failed to reimburse business-related expenses,  Read more

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Aurora Health Care Wage and Hour Settlement

Aurora Health Care, Inc. is resolving an employment class action with an $8.75 million payment. The complaint alleged that Aurora had not paid all the straight time and overtime it owed to hourly employees.  Read more

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Rapid Manufacturing Wage and Hour Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action over whether workers placed at Rapid Manufacturing in California by Affluent Staffing, LLC were paid wages for all hours worked, were given meal and rest periods, received accurate wage statements, reimbursed employees for business expenses, and so on. The complaint alleged that the companies violated the California Labor Code  Read more

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Adult Clubs and California Labor Laws Settlement

This settlement resolves two class actions against SFBSC Management, LLC, Déjà vu Services, Inc., Harry Mohney, and various adult clubs and other entities. The complaint alleged that the defendants violated various California labor laws, including failing to pay minimum wages and overtime wages and failing to provide itemized wage statements, among other things.  Read more

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Missouri Department of Corrections Officers Pre- and Post-Shift Work Settlement

The Missouri Department of Corrections (MDOC) is paying just short of $50 million to settle an employment class action alleging it required workers in corrections officers I and II positions to do pre- and post-shift work without pay. The complaint alleged MDOC paid neither straight time nor overtime for this work. This settlement applies to  Read more

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NorthBay Healthcare California Labor Law Settlement

NorthBay Healthcare Corporation is settling a class action alleging it violated California labor laws in a number of ways, including by not accurately paying wages (including overtime wages) for all hours worked, not providing accurate, itemized statements, and not provide required meal and rest periods or paying premiums instead.  Read more

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Franciscan Health System Wage and Hour Settlement

Franciscan Health System (FHS) is resolving a class action claiming that it violated Washington state employment laws, alleging that it did not pay for all hours worked, including gap time, did not provide proper meal or rest breaks, and improperly altered workers’ time records.  Read more

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Marietta Memorial Health System Lunch Breaks Settlement

Marietta Area Healthcare, Inc., which does business as Memorial Health System, Marietta Memorial Hospital, Selby General Hospital, and two individuals have agreed to settle a collective and class action brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The complaint alleged that the defendants had caused employees to work without pay when it automatically deducted a thirty-minute  Read more

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