In the recently certified class action against Apple for wage and hour law violations, one of the plaintiffs’ allegations is that employees who quit or were dismissed weren’t given final paychecks in a timely manner as required by law. This is such an avoidable problem for employers! California has stringent requirements on the manner and time for payment of an employee’s final wages—all employers need to do is follow them.
Just days after the Apple tracking scandal broke, two Apple customers have sued the technology giant over its recording of location data on iPhones and iPads. The complaint (.pdf) filed in federal court in Florida alleges violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.