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See's Candy Shops Inc. v. Silva

Date: November 05, 2012

A former employee filed suit against See's Candy claiming that the company had violated California's labor code by rounding time-stamp entries when employees clocked in or out. The plaintiff argues that this practice is illegal because employees must be compensated for all time worked; however, NFIB Legal Center filed in support of the employer, arguing that neutral rounding practices are explicitly authorized under California and federal law.

For more information and commentary on this win for California employers click here.

Status: California Fourth Appellate District - Victory!

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