Honda Made Employees Work Off The Clock, Suit Says

Law360, New York (July 12, 2013, 6:07 PM EDT) -- American Honda Motor Co. Inc. was hit with a proposed class action on Thursday in California state court accusing the automaker of denying employees breaks and failing to pay them all the wages they were owed.

In an 11-count complaint, Jaclyn Tafolla, a former part-timer for Honda, hit her former employer with a slew of wage-and-hour claims, saying the automaker violated the California Labor Code and committed unfair business practices by making hourly employees work off the clock and neglecting to pay them overtime they were...
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