FedEx Truck Drivers Near Class Cert. In Wage Suit

By Y. Peter Kang (May 15, 2015, 4:37 PM EDT) -- A California magistrate judge on Friday recommended certification of a putative class of FedEx Corp. truck drivers who claimed the shipping giant violated California labor laws by failing to pay adequate wages, ruling the plaintiff has met all the requirements for establishing a class.

Lead plaintiff Roy Taylor alleges FedEx Freight Inc. failed to pay fair wages to so-called line-haul drivers who were paid based on mileage, which didn't account for nondriving activities performed during the course of a trip, according to court documents. Taylor also alleges FedEx didn't provide meal and rest breaks and failed to provide accurate wage statements....

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