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Apple employees are asked to open every bag, backpack, purse or briefcase.

Employers Must Pay Workers for Security Screening Time, California Supreme Court Rules

Today, the California Supreme Court ruled that Apple must pay employees for time they spend undergoing security screening of personal items after clocking out at the end of their shift — a question the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal asked the California Supreme Court to answer more than two years ago (Frlekin v. Apple, Inc., […]

13 Feb 20 - Compensation - Matthew J. Roberts, Esq. - No CommentsRead More »

Ninth Circuit Rejects Nike’s De Minimis Argument for Security Screenings

Even if an off-the-clock task, such as an exit inspection, is less than a minute, the de minimis principle likely does not apply under California law, according to the Ninth Circuit. The Ninth Circuit recently revived a class action for unpaid wages under California law against Nike. In Rodriguez v. Nike Retail Servs., Inc., No. […]

22 Jul 19 - Compensation - James W. Ward - No CommentsRead More »

Question Remains: Should Apple Workers Be Paid for Security Screening Time?

Yesterday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal asked the California Supreme Court to help resolve the question of whether Apple’s store workers should be paid for time they spend undergoing security checks at the end of their shifts. The underlying case involves a class action lawsuit brought by more than 12,000 Apple store workers who […]

17 Aug 17 - Compensation - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »