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- Friday, 22 June 2012 03:00
Netflix Employee Wage & Hour Class Action Lawsuit
By Sarah Pierce
* failure to pay hourly wages and overtime wages;
* failure to provide rest periods and meal periods or compensation in lieu thereof;
* failure to pay wages in a timely manner;
* knowing and intentionally failing to provide itemized wage statements; and
* violation the Unfair Competition Law.
The Netflix overtime class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of all current and former Netflix employees in the State of California who have worked as non-exempt hourly employees in the last four years and were not paid all lawful wages, including, but not limited to, all regular and/or overtime. It is also seeking to represent two subclasses of Class Members who did not receive a minimum 10-minute rest period for every four hours they worked or a 30-minute meal break each day they worked, or compensation in lieu of such breaks.
The complaint is seeking unpaid wages and overtime compensation, unpaid meal and rest period compensation, penalties and other equitable relief.
A copy of the Netflix Employee Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuit can be read here.
The case is Brunella M. Conti Gaggero v. Netflix, Inc., Case No. 112-cv-226587, Superior Court of the State of California, County of Santa Clara.
Updated June 22nd, 2012
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