Morango Casino Resort & Spa Faces Time-Shaving OT Suit

Law360, Los Angeles (June 8, 2017, 6:38 PM EDT) -- Morongo Casino Resort & Spa was hit with a putative class action from an employee in California federal court on Wednesday, alleging the casino undercompensates its workers with a timekeeping system that automatically shaves off time from their pay. 

Charles Denton, who serves as a nonexempt employee, says that even though he clocks in about 15 minutes early for his shifts, he's only paid for eight or 12 hours of work because of the way the casino's timekeeping system tracks hours.

"Defendant could easily and accurately record the actual time worked by all nonexempt employees," the complaint says. "However, the time...

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