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June 10, 2016. By Gordon Gibb.
Olympia, WA: It was about 18 months ago that Brink’s Incorporated (Brink’s), the renowned armored car company, was hit with a proposed class-action lawsuit alleging non-payment of overtime wages, together with a failure to provide the legally required uninterrupted meal period as guaranteed by California law. The Armored Car Drivers Unpaid Overtime lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court in November 2014, appears to demonstrate a classic disconnect between the employment laws of the state, and a job culture that suggests employees must be diligent in their duties and “on,” as it were, at all times due to the value of the financial cargo contained in the rolling vault on wheels.Read [ Brink’s Unpaid Wages: The Downside to Being “On” at All Times ]
June 7, 2015. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Armored Vehicle Drivers and Couriers: Due Diligence Required ]
Camden, NJ If labor laws are anything, they are complicated. To that end, an employee could be forgiven for not having a good, working and fundamental knowledge of labor laws that govern their own particular jobs. And even then, the employee tends to trust management with the finer points of keeping everything sorted out. However, that is not always the case. And using Armored Car Drivers Unpaid Overtime as an example, it’s easy to see how things can go off the rails quickly, leaving employees with less pay than they might otherwise deserve.