Workers don’t have a federal right to be paid for time spent in post-shift security searches, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a decision that will help Amazon.com fend off lawsuits seeking more than $100 million. The ruling may shield other companies as well.
Workers don’t have a federal right to be paid for time spent in post-shift security searches, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a decision that will help Amazon.com fend off lawsuits seeking more than $100 million. The ruling may shield other companies as well. Paul Sakuma The Associated Press
Workers don’t have a federal right to be paid for time spent in post-shift security searches, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a decision that will help Amazon.com fend off lawsuits seeking more than $100 million. The ruling may shield other companies as well. Paul Sakuma The Associated Press

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