Failure To Pay For Being On The Job (Donning And Doffing)
Product or Service
Investigation and pending class action lawsuit against US Steel alleging that under U.S. Steel's normal procedures, Minnesota hourly employees are not paid for all time worked as defined by Minnesota law.
The class action lawsuit alleges that employees are required to swipe at the entrance gate up to eighteen minutes before their pay begins and remain on company grounds for six minutes after their pay ends. The proposed class includes persons who are or were U.S. Steel hourly employees at either of the Minnesota facilities.
Name (Stock Symbol)
United States Steel Corporation (X)
United States Steel Corporation, through its subsidiaries, engages in the production and sale of steel products primarily in North America and Europe.
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