Amazon Sued For Not Giving Warehouse Workers Rest Breaks

Law360, Los Angeles (November 28, 2017, 4:16 PM EST) -- Amazon.com Inc.'s warehouse operation in California is facing a potential class action filed on Monday that accuses the company of failing to provide workers at its fulfillment centers with rest breaks or overtime pay during shifts that exceed 10 hours.

Named plaintiff Romeo Palma works for Golden State FC LLC, the business entity that operates several fulfillment centers in California. The complaint filed in Sacramento County Superior Court says he and other workers haven't receive overtime wages, premium wages and timely and accurate wage statements as a result of working 10-hour shifts that don't provide a requisite third rest break....

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