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He rejected a case brought by workers at Apple’s policy on inspections
A federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the company Apple, where a group of workers in the private retail store Apple’s sue the company about the company’s policy to search their bags.
It demands who work according to the principle of hours that the Apple company to pay them for the time they spend waiting for the manager or security guard to conduct the inspection process before they leave the store at the end of the day or during the lunch break they came out of the store workers.
Previously Apple has stated that its policy is working on the principle of deterring theft by receiving, and the plaintiffs Frickan Amanda and Diane Pele They may call for the lifting in June, Mdeian that labor laws in the state make it their right to obtain financial compensation for this time.
The Saturday Judge William Allsopp of the federal court in San Francisco to stand by Apple, and found that brought the bags to the labor decision is optional decision not Azama by Apple, and therefore can Workers retail avoid waiting by leaving bags in the house and not to bring them to work place.
He said Judge William “can be for Apple to do the mitigation of concern about theft by preventing employees from bringing personal bags or Apple personal computers to the store.”
He completed the judge “Instead, it could be for Apple to do to give their employees the best option is to allow employees to bring such material to the store with a clear pre-condition that it will be subject to inspection by their owners out of the store.”Viewing:-202
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