Temp Co. Seeks To Toss Steelworkers' OT-For-Commute Suit

Law360 (March 19, 2019, 5:23 PM EDT) -- The company that hired temporary steelworkers during Allegheny Technologies Inc.'s seven-month union lockout said workers' van rides past the union's picket lines weren't part of their daily duties, and asked a Pennsylvania federal court to dismiss their proposed class action seeking overtime pay Monday.

Minnesota-based Strom Engineering Corp. said in its motion to dismiss that temp worker Ralph Smith failed to show how the van rides that temps had to take to get past the locked-out union workers' protests were a part of their daily duties or should be considered within their work hours, and argued his claims under the Pennsylvania...

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