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Case: Wage & Hour/Joint Employers (N.D. Cal.)

Feb. 13, 2020, 8:16 PM

A former worker hired by staffing agency Vaco Technology Services LLC and placed at Google where she worked in several different job categories convinced a federal judge to include all of the tech company’s California hires in those job categories in proposed wage and hour class actions against it and recruiters under federal and state labor law. The worker’s latest complaint now plausibly alleges that Google might be liable as a joint employer for wage and break violations perpetrated against California employees hired directly or through any staffing agency, not just the one that hired her, the court said. The...

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