Law360, New York (May 30, 2013, 1:40 PM EDT) -- Kellogg Co. agreed to pay $550,000 to resolve a 5-year-old suit by workers at five factories who alleged the company broke federal labor law by not paying them for time spent walking from the changing rooms where they put on their uniforms to the time clocks where they punched in and out, according to a motion filed Wednesday.
Of that amount, $226,246 will be paid to the 398 production workers who worked at Kellogg manufacturing plants in Tennessee, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Nebraska since October 2008 and opted in to the collective action. That sum represented unpaid overtime the employees incurred once...
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