PricewaterhouseCooper is a large accounting firm. It employees what is termed "unlicensed associates" to perform accounting services. This investigation centers around whether those "unlicensed associates" were underpaid by PricewaterhouseCooper as it required "unlicensed associates" to work more than 8 hours a day and more than 40 hours a week without meal or break time or overtime compensation. This investigation has led to one certified class of "unlicensed associates" in California and the investigation continues into PricewaterhouseCooper's practices in other states.
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PricewaterhouseCooper provides accounting, auditing and consulting services.
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