Systems, Inc., based in
has agreed to pay $4 million to settle a class action lawsuit alleging that the
company’s security guards were forced to work off the clock. The company allegedly
required its guards in
to attend unpaid pre-shift meetings before their regular work shifts, in
violation of state and federal wage and hour laws. Approximately 1,600
individuals will share the settlement proceeds. Inter-Con supplies guards at
hundreds of locations for major employers, including Wells Fargo & Co., the
California Highway Patrol, and Kaiser Permanente.
The HR Management & Compliance Report: How To Comply with California Wage & Hour Law, explains everything you need to know to stay in compliance with the state’s complex and ever-changing rules, laws, and regulations in this area. Coverage on bonuses, meal and rest breaks, overtime, alternative workweeks, final paychecks, and more.