Apple Security Check Wage Suit Fires Up In Philly

Law360, New York (August 4, 2015, 6:51 PM EDT) -- Former Apple Inc. employees launched a putative class action Monday over alleged state minimum wage violations, telling a Philadelphia County court that the technology giant does not compensate hourly workers for the time they spend going through security checks during each shift.

Plaintiffs Natasha Franklin and Julian Coleman contend that Apple's policy of requiring employees to undergo regular security inspections of their personal bags and packages whenever they leave the premises, to prevent internal theft, violates the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act because hourly employees are forced...
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