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Apple faces huge class-action lawsuit over labor violations

24
Jul
2014

Four former retail and corporate Apple employees who filed a lawsuit against the company in December 2011 over alleged labor violations managed to “upgrade” their lawsuit to class-action status, TechCrunch reports, with some 20,000 current and former Apple employees being potentially affected. The four people who originally filed the suit had different experiences with Apple, saying the company violated California’s Labor Code and Wage Orders with its actions. One person mentions a five-hour shift without a break, while a different person complained about receiving a paycheck two days after a 72-hour notice period ended. “The lawsuit was filed by Brandon Felczer and several other retail and corporate Apple employees (the ‘Plaintiffs’) beginning in December 2011, Hogue Belong attorney Tyler

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