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.
Wage and Salary Administration
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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