Time Warner Pays $3.8M To Exit Call Center Workers' Suit

Law360, New York (August 6, 2013, 8:51 PM EDT) -- Time Warner Cable Inc. reached a $3.75 million settlement of a class action alleging customer service representatives at the cable giant's New Jersey and New York call centers were forced to work off-the-clock before their shifts officially began, according to an order granting the agreement preliminary approval Monday.

The settlement filed in New York federal court resolved claims brought on behalf of the roughly 2,700 employees in the proposed class, which the court certified for settlement purposes on Monday, plus it set aside up to $1.25...
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