The lead Plaintiff and Cigna unit Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. (CGLIC) have asked a Court to approve a settlement on behalf of approximately 6,500 current and former employees to resolve alleged violations of federal and state overtime wage laws. The suit alleged CGLIC failed to pay hourly employees for time spent booting up and down their computers before and after signing into the electronic time keeping system of the companies. It was contended that the employees were entitled to compensation for that time because the booting up and down of the computer was a task they were required to perform and thus constituted hours worked.
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