Don’t Steal From Me! More Workers Say They Are Victims Of ‘Wage Theft’

Ann Brown
Madame Noire
03, 2014

When you work overtime, you're supposed to get paid for it. And more employees are saying they aren't and they're suing.

A group of warehouse workers are set to get more than $20,000 in back pay each as part of a recent $21 million legal settlement with national trucking company Schneider.

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