Amazon Warehouse Workers Seek OK For $3.7M Wage Deal

Law360, New York (August 5, 2016, 3:16 PM EDT) -- Three former Amazon warehouse workers representing tens of thousands of California employees asked a Kentucky federal judge to put the stamp on a $3.7 million settlement with SMX LLC, the staffing agency that employed them, ending claims alleging violations of California wage-and-hour laws.

David Saldana and two other named plaintiffs asked U.S. District Judge David J. Hale to issue final approval for a settlement that covers more than 52,000 individuals who worked for SMX at fulfillment centers located in San Bernardino, California. Amazon uses temporary staffing agencies like SMX to source temporary workers at some of its fulfillment centers, including...

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