Amazon.com Workers File Suit over Unpaid Time

September 19, 2013

More workers at Amazon.com’s warehouses—that some describe as high-speed, high-tension sweatshops—have filed federal court suits against the company and its contractors that supply the mostly temporary and low-paid workers for workplace rules that require them to undergo unpaid security checks at breaks and the end of their often 12-hour shifts.

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