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Adecco

Based on investigation of Adecco, we believe Adecco required its hourly “Store Operators” or persons who held similar job titles to report to work and, upon reporting to work, the employees were either not actually put to work or were furnished with less than half of their usual or scheduled day’s work. We believe that when this occurred, the employee was not compensated according to California’s “reporting time” law that requires the employees in these types of situations to be paid for half the usual or scheduled day’s work, but in no event for less than two hours nor more than four hours, at his or her regular rate of pay.

This case alleges that Adecco failed/fails to pay the required reporting time pay; failed to pay employees at least minimum wage for all hours worked or overtime rates for overtime work; failed/fails to provide employees with proper rest breaks and/or compensate Complainant and similarly situated aggrieved employees an additional hour of premium pay for missed/improper rest breaks; and failed/fails to reimburse employees for all business expenses incurred. The claims seek compensation from the period of August 18, 2011 to the present.

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