1. California court: Apple Store workers must be paid while waiting for searches  The Verge
  2. Apple ordered to pay employees for time lost to bag searches  Engadget
  3. Court rules Apple must pay workers during bag checks  Bangkok Post
  4. Apple’s $207 Billion Cash Pile Isn’t Helping its Poorest Employees  CCN.com
  5. Apple must pay store employees for bag-search time, court rules  CNET
  6. View Full coverage on Google News
The California Supreme Court says state law requires Apple to pay retail store employees for the time they spend waiting for bag searches at the end of a shift. The company had argued that bringing personal bags and devices to work was optional, but the court said that was "far-fetched."Employees could wait up to 45 minutes after their shift for a manager to search them.

California court: Apple Store workers must be paid while waiting for searches - The Verge

Apple broke the law in California by failing to pay employees while they waited for mandatory bag and iPhone searches, the state's supreme court has ruled. The...Apple broke the law in California by failing to pay employees while they waited for mandatory bag and iPhone searches, the state's supreme court has ruled. The...

Apple ordered to pay employees for time lost to bag searches | Engadget

LOS ANGELES: The California Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Apple must pay employees for time spent waiting for their bags and personal electronic devices to be searched when they leave work.LOS ANGELES: The California Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Apple must pay employees for time spent waiting for their bags and personal electronic devices to be searched when they leave work.

Court rules Apple must pay workers during bag checks

Apple broke the law when it didn't pay its employees for enduring mandatory searches, now Tim Cook has a much bigger problem on his hands.Apple broke the law when it didn't pay its employees for enduring mandatory searches, now Tim Cook has a much bigger problem on his hands.

Apple's $207 Billion Cash Pile Isn't Helping its Poorest Employees

“Just in case you wonder why .@TinaBrownLM was such a great editor (who also created me as a journalist), read this interview. Bonus: it's hilarious. https://t.co/4xgpQw9XKq”

Jeffrey Toobin on Twitter: "Just in case you wonder why .@TinaBrownLM was such a great editor (who also created me as a journalist), read this interview. Bonus: it's hilarious. https://t.co/4xgpQw9XKq"

“Oh, wow. Apple requires employees to have their belongings searched before they leave (to prevent theft), but it didn't want to pay employees for the time they had to wait to be searched, up to 45 minutes some days. CA Supreme Ct. says: Gotta pay 'em. https://t.co/ghmNgBs8Gg”

Matt Pearce 🦅 on Twitter: "Oh, wow. Apple requires employees to have their belongings searched before they leave (to prevent theft), but it didn't want to pay employees for the time they had to wait to be searched, up to 45 minutes some days. CA Supreme Ct. says: Gotta pay 'em. https://t.co/ghmNgBs8Gg"

“Please join as we discuss AG Barr’s comments today and what they may mean next on @AC360 @jrpsaki @JeffreyToobin”

David Gergen on Twitter: "Please join as we discuss AG Barr’s comments today and what they may mean next on @AC360 @jrpsaki @JeffreyToobin"

“Good choice. Everything @JeffreyToobin writes is terrific, this especially. https://t.co/OMy2VMt4Eo”

Peter Baker on Twitter: "Good choice. Everything @JeffreyToobin writes is terrific, this especially.… "

The Supreme Court of California ruled that Apple should compensate its workers for the time they spend getting their bags searched. The company has $207.6 billion in cash but won't pay for time its employees are searched.

Apple, just pay workers for the time you spend searching their bags

Employees at Apple stores must be paid for time they spend waiting for managers or security guards to search their bags to make sure they’re not stealing anything, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday.Employees at Apple stores must be paid for time they spend waiting for managers or security guards to search their bags to make sure they’re not stealing anything, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday. What’s more, the justices said their class-action ruling is retroactive, covering all Apple California rank-and-file employees who were subject to the bag-search policy from July 25, 2009, to the present.

Court Rules Apple Must Pay Employees for Time Spent Being Searched Before Leaving Stores | KTLA

The California Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Apple must pay employees for time spent waiting for their bags and personal electronic devices to be searched when they leave work. The decision means that the tech giant will have to pay millions of dollars to more than 12,000 hourly workers at California retail stores who […]

Court rules Apple must pay California workers during bag checks – Raw Story

Court dismisses argument that employees don't need to bring bags and purses to work.Court dismisses argument that employees don't need to bring bags and purses to work.

Apple must pay store employees for bag-search time, court rules - CNET

Apple has lost a class action lawsuit and been ordered to pay up.Apple has lost a class action lawsuit and been ordered to pay up.

Apple has been ordered to pay retail teams for overtime accrued due to bag searches | iMore

Apple broke California law when it failed to pay employees for time spent waiting for mandatory bag searches at the end of their shifts, the...Apple broke California law when it failed to pay employees for time spent waiting for mandatory bag searches at the end of their shifts, the...

Apple Could Owe Millions for Off-the-Clock Employee Bag Searches in California - MacRumors

State Supreme Court ruling is retroactive to 2009Apple employees may be in line for some back pay thanks to a California State Supreme Court ruling that says the company has to pay workers at its retail stores for time lost due to mandatory bag a…

Apple ordered to pay workers for time lost in security searches

California Supreme Court has ruled that Apple owes millions to its Apple Store employees for the time that they spend for bag searches.California Supreme Court has ruled that Apple owes millions to its Apple Store employees for the time that they spend for bag searches.

Apple Should Pay Store Employees for Overtime Due to Bag Searches

Apple Should Pay Store Employees for Overtime Due to Bag Searches

Employees at Apple stores must be paid for time they spend waiting for managers or security guards to search their bags to make sure they’re not stealing...Employees at Apple stores must be paid for time they spend waiting for managers or security guards to search their bags to make sure they’re not stealing anything, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

California Apple Stores Must Pay Workers During Bag Searches – NBC Bay Area

The California Supreme Court in a decision delivered on Thursday found Apple broke state law by not paying retail workers for the time they spent participating in mandatory bag and device searches, leaving the company liable for millions in unpaid wages.The California Supreme Court in a decision delivered on Thursday found Apple broke state law by not paying retail workers for the time they spent participating in mandatory bag and device searches, leaving the company liable for millions in unpaid wages.

Apple liable for millions in unpaid wages after court rules retail worker bag checks illegal

The California Supreme Court has made a decision in a class-action lawsuit against Apple that dates back to 2013. According to today’s decision, Apple is required to pay its retail workers for the time it takes for their bags to be searched after their shifts. Apple retail workers filed the class-action suit against Apple in […]

California court says Apple must pay retail workers for time spent waiting on bag searches - 9to5Mac

The California Supreme Court ruled unanimously in San Francisco Thursday that Apple Inc. workers must be paid for the time they spend undergoing searches of their bags and iPhones when they leave work.The California Supreme Court ruled unanimously in San Francisco Thursday that Apple Inc. workers must be paid for the time they spend undergoing searches of their bags and iPhones when they leave work.

California Supreme Court Rules Apple Must Pay Store Workers During Bag Searches – CBS San Francisco