“The NPR piece by Nina Totenberg and the Supreme Court Transcript Integrity Staf.
“The NPR piece by Nina Totenberg and the Supreme Court Transcript Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. v. Busk discusses whether Amazon employees should be paid for the time spent being security screened at the end of their shift. The employees are claiming that they spent an average of 25 minutes being screened after clocking out for the day. The article stated that there were two screeners for a thousand employees causing the long delay in screening.
If the company had more screeners this could speed the process along. The company could start the screening process 30 minutes before the end of shift so the employees are being paid for their time.”
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