Workers Claim Retaliation After Lobbing Suit Against HBO

By Kat Greene (February 14, 2018, 8:23 PM EST) -- HBO is punishing production assistants who participated in collective and class action suits alleging the company and a handful of others were cheating the workers out of overtime pay and breaks, according to a new suit in New York state court on Wednesday.

HBO had been one of several major studios hit with now-settled Fair Labor Standards Act suits alleging that parking production assistants were being paid a paltry day rate that didn't take into account the long hours with no breaks the workers spent holding spaces for large productions like "Girls" and "Vinyl," court records show.

The company lashed out...

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