Tag: industrial

California: “Suitable Seating” Class Actions on the Rise

California employers need to be mindful of a new kind of wage-hour class action – class claims arising from the “suitable seating” requirements of the California Industrial Welfare Commission’s wage orders.  The wage orders set forth what employers must do with respect to employees’ wages, hours and working conditions. There are 17 wage orders, applying to … Continue Reading

Starbucks Settles NLRB Charge With Wobbly Organizer

The New York Times is reporting that Starbucks has settled with the National Labor Relations Board an unfair labor practice claim filed by a former employee who alleged he was terminated for attempting to organize his coworkers to join the Industrial Workers of the World, aka "the Wobblies."  Under the terms of the settlement, Starbucks … Continue Reading
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