Businesses That Fail To Pay Wage Theft Citations Could Soon Lose LicenseTo force businesses to pay employees, some cities are considering pulling business licenses.
Employers Steal Billions From Some Of Nation's Most Vulnerable WorkersEmployers of some of the country's lowest-paid workers are stealing billions from their paychecks -- and federal and state law enforcement agencies have only been able to recover a fraction of those lost wages.
Oakland Raiders Settle Lawsuit With Former Cheerleaders For $1.25 MillionAbout 90 cheerleaders will receive checks after the class-action wage theft lawsuit was filed against the team back in January.
Growing Problem Of Wage Theft Affecting Thousands In Silicon ValleyIn 2012-2013, the almost 2,000 workers in Santa Clara County who filed claims were awarded $8.4 million in owed wages, but only a third of that total has been collected.
Immigrant Workers At SF Restaurant Awarded $316K In Wage Theft CaseA group of immigrants who worked at a Vietnamese restaurant in San Francisco’s Richmond District have been awarded more than $300,000 in a major wage theft case.
San Francisco Cracks Down On Underpaying EmployersSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee signed an ordinance with hopes of ensuring workers are getting overtime and minimum wage pay from their employers.
San Francisco Car Wash Sued For Wage TheftThe suit is seeking $3 million from the owners and operators of the Tower Car Wash for unfair business practices.