Failure To Pay For Being On The Job (Donning And Doffing)
Products or Services
Warehouse and Distribution Center Employees
Assembly Line Worker
Investigation and pending class action lawsuit against Nom Shim Foods, the maker of instant noodle dishes and packaged snacks, based in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
The class action lawsuit contends that Nom Shim Foods failed to pay adequate wages, overtime pay and engaged in other unlawful business practices toward its workers. Workers at Nom Shim Foods's warehouse in Rancho Cucamonga, were required to spend time at the beginning of his work day and after the completion of the work day, changing in and out of protective clothing and shoes as well as walking through the sanitation blowers without being paid for it.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Nom Shim Foods
Nom Shim Foods is a food processor probably best known for its instant noodles.
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