Did Your Employer Make The List? 25 Most Punished Companies For Wage Theft

Wage Theft



Another interesting report coming from goodjobsfirst.org:

Many of the largest companies operating in the United States have fattened their profits by forcing employees to work off the clock or depriving them of required overtime pay. An extensive analysis of federal and state court records shows that these corporations have been embroiled in hundreds of lawsuits over what is known as wage theft and have paid out billions of dollars to resolve the cases.

The list of the most penalized employers includes the giant retailer Walmart, as well as big banks, major telecommunications and technology companies, and a leading pharmaceutical producer.

More than 450 large firms have each paid out $1 million or more in wage theft settlements.

View the full report here.

WAGE THEFT REPORT
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