Customer Service Rep Says U-Haul Shorted Workers On Pay

Law360, New York (October 19, 2011, 1:32 PM EDT) -- U-Haul Co. of California was hit Monday with a putative class action by a former employee who alleges the moving van rental service violated the state labor code by stiffing her and other workers on regular and overtime wages.

The plaintiff, who worked as a customer service representative, leveled a slew of wage and hour violations against her former employer in California court, accusing U-Haul of shorting its employees on pay, requiring them to work through meal and rest breaks, requiring them to complete online training...
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