The California Supreme Court recently ruled that employees must be paid for time spent during security searches before leaving work. Several retail store employees brought a putative class action suit against technology giant Apple, Inc. alleging that Apple violated California law by failing to pay employees for time spent waiting for Apple’s exit searches.Read more »
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