Hubbs v. Big Lots Stores

It is a common argument by plaintiff’s counsel in wage and hour class actions: The employer’s policy that requires the employee to remain on the company premises during 10-minute rest breaks facially violates California law.  Because the employer has a facially invalid rest break policy, it is a company wide policy that is uniform, and

By Veenita Raj and Anthony Zaller

It is a common argument by plaintiff’s counsel in wage and hour class actions: The employer’s policy that requires the employee to remain on the company premises during 10-minute rest breaks facially violates California law.  Therefore, because the employer has a facially invalid rest break policy, it is a