Cable operator Charter Communications has agreed to pay $18 million to current and former employees who alleged the company did not adequately pay them for their work. The settlement must be approved by a federal judge in Wisconsin. If this happened, the settlement will end all of the Plaintiffs’ and class members’ wage and overtime claims in exchange for the payment. The jobs were field technicians who worked for Charter in California, Missouri, Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, Nevada, Washington, Oregon and Nebraska. Charter is the second-largest cable operator in Wisconsin, behind Time Warner Cable.
Source: Journal Sentinel
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