Apple employees sued the employer claiming they are owed unpaid wages for time spent undergoing a search prior to leaving the Apple retail stores. The issue presented to the California Supreme Court: Is time spent on the employer’s premises waiting for, and undergoing, required exit searches of packages, bags, or personal technology devices voluntarily brought
On-Call Time – When Do Employers Have To Pay?
By Anthony Zaller on
Posted in New Cases, Wage & Hour Law
The question whether an employer is obligated to pay an employee for time on-call depends on interpretation of the term “hours worked.”
In a recent opinion regarding class action issues (Ghazaryan v. Diva Limousine, LTD), an appellate court offered an analysis of what would be considered “hours worked” and, therefore, entitling the employee…