Two dozen night-shift workers at an Amazon delivery facility in Chicago have filed a complaint with the Illinois Department of Labor claiming the company did not pay them for overtime during Prime Week in July.
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Coronavirus compliance: 4 areas employers need to check ASAP
The California Supreme Court recently ruled that tech giant Apple must pay its employees for mandatory bag searches. This decision came after a lawsuit was filed challenging Apple’s security policy, in which employees’ bags and personal Apple devices must be searched any time they leave the store. Off-the-clock searches These searches were being conducted off […]
During the present pandemic, online facilitators of food-delivery services have thrived. For example, Instacart — which sends “shoppers” into supermarkets on customers’ behalf — has grown its business by 500%. By contrast, Uber and Lyft have struggled, but are beginning to see upticks in business in major metropolitan regions such as Philadelphia. Meanwhile, these companies’ […]
In one of a recent string of employee misclassification cases, the owners of a Philadelphia strip club made dancers sign contracts stating they were independent contractors rather than employees of the club. But an appeals court agreed with a jury that the employer exerted “overwhelming control” over the terms of the dancers’ work and upheld […]
Resourceful Compliance recently ran a survey polling more than 2,000 Americans whether they support raising the federal minimum wage.
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