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Restaurante pierde $3.2 millones en demandas laborales en California

Restaurante pierde $3.2 millones en demandas laborales en California January 18, 2017. By Fernando Marcano.

5 de mayo de 2016, 13:45:00. Por Heidi Turner

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IT Workers Settle New York Labor Lawsuit with Citigroup

IT Workers Settle New York Labor Lawsuit with Citigroup January 15, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
New York, NY: A New York overtime lawsuit that did not succeed as a class action nonetheless will culminate in a settlement $325,000, making it a happy new year for 18 plaintiffs in the New York employer lawsuit against Citigroup Inc.
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California Supreme Court Weighs In on Intent of Rest Period

California Supreme Court Weighs In on Intent of Rest Period January 14, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Los Angeles, CA: A revealing opinion issued at the end of last year by The California Supreme Court addressed, and clarified a heretofore murky area of California labor law, notably just what constitutes a true rest period, and what doesn’t.
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San Francisco Transit Board Okays Overtime Settlement

San Francisco Transit Board Okays Overtime Settlement January 13, 2017. By Heidi Turner.
San Francisco, CA: San Francisco's Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors has voted to approve to settle an overtime lawsuit with Muni operators for $8 million. The lawsuit had originally sought almost $400 million and alleged operators were not properly paid for time spent traveling between their clock-in sites and the sites they picked up their buses, or for taking part in inspections following their shifts.
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La ley laboral de California respalda a los camioneros de Wal-Mart

La ley laboral de California respalda a los camioneros de Wal-Mart January 12, 2017. By Fernando Marcano.
San Francisco, California: En noviembre del 2016 un jurado federal otorgó a los camioneros de Walmart más de $54 millones, decidiendo que Walmart había violado la ley laboral de California al no pagar a sus conductores el salario mínimo. Sin duda los camioneros de todo el país han tomado nota.
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Eight-Year-Old California Unpaid Wages Lawsuit can go Forward

Eight-Year-Old California Unpaid Wages Lawsuit can go Forward January 9, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Los Angeles, CAIt’s been a long haul for California Donning and Doffing lawsuit plaintiff Pamela Silva, who filed her unpaid wages lawsuit against her employer See’s Candy Stores Inc. (See’s Candy) back in 2009. And it’s not over yet, as a three-judge appellate panel ruled that Silva’s claims related to unpaid wages for meal and rest periods could go forward.
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Apple Owes $2 Million for California Labor Lawsuit

Apple Owes $2 Million for California Labor Lawsuit January 8, 2017. By Heidi Turner.
San Deigo, CA: A California labor lawsuit that alleged Apple did not properly provide meal and rest breaks and did not pay employees in a timely manner has resulted in a $2 million award to employees. The lawsuit was originally filed in 2011 by employees who worked at Apple retail stores in San Diego and was later changed to a class action lawsuit including California employees who worked at Apple retail stores from 2007 and 2012.
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New and Updated California Labor Laws for 2017

New and Updated California Labor Laws for 2017 January 5, 2017. By Jane Mundy.
Sacramento, CA: Several new or enhanced California labor laws relating to employment start this month, which should be of particular benefit to domestic workers and anyone making minimum wage. Here are a few key changes…
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California Overtime Lawsuits against Employers Big and Small

California Overtime Lawsuits against Employers Big and Small January 2, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
San Francisco, CA: An overtime pay lawsuit in California that seeks class action status was filed just before Christmas by a plaintiff who alleges his employer stiffed him on wages as well as tips.
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Older Defendant to Younger Plaintiff: “You’re No Spring Chicken!”

Older Defendant to Younger Plaintiff: “You’re No Spring Chicken!” December 29, 2016. By Gordon Gibb.
Santa Barbara, CA: Under California labor law, akin to generally-recognized statutes in force elsewhere, it remains unlawful to terminate an individual’s employment without just cause. In this California labor lawsuit, total damages exceeding a half million dollars were awarded to the plaintiff, resolving a complaint and accompanying circumstances that bordered on the bizarre.
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