Apple Hit With Class Action For Unpaid Clock-In Time

Law360, Los Angeles (October 10, 2013, 9:34 PM EDT) -- An Apple Inc. employee hit the tech giant with a putative class action in California federal court Thursday on behalf of the company’s specialists and managers who say they weren’t paid overtime wages for extensive time spent clocking in and performing other off-the-clock functions.

The lawsuit, brought by full-time nonexempt Apple specialist Taylor Kalin, raises allegations that Apple unfairly and illegally deprived workers pay that they are entitled under California federal law. Kalin says Apple must pay overtime to employees who are burdened by clock-in lines that last up to 30 minutes and who are required to check devices in and...

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