Yoshinoya Can't Ditch Workers' On-Call Claims In Calif.

Law360, Los Angeles (November 29, 2017, 9:12 PM EST) -- Yoshinoya America Inc. must pay employees who are required to block off time for call-in shifts, even if the workers don’t have to physically show up at the Japanese fast food stores, a California state court judge said in a ruling refusing to throw out a proposed class action.

U.S. District Judge Elihu Berle found that, because Yoshinoya employees were required to set aside time for a shift and call in to the store to find out whether they were working that day, the fast food...
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