The representative adds… “Kim has never paid a supplier for his services and hopes that the problem between this worker and the salesperson who hired them can be resolved amicably soon. “
In the documents, the workers allege that they did not receive pay stubs, that they were not paid according to a regular schedule, that they did not receive meals and rest, that they were not paid on a regular basis. they were not properly reimbursed for their expenses, that they did not provide a system to record their hours, and therefore… paid for all of their hours, including overtime.
According to the lawsuit, an employee also claims to have been fired after learning about his rights and those of his son … who he said was only 16 years old, but was working more than the maximum number of hours allowed for a job. minor under California labor law.
Again, we are told that Kim’s position is that this is a problem with the salesperson… and she is not the one the workers should tackle. As a source said, Kim has never missed a cell phone bill payment, let alone the workers’ payment at her home.
The workers are asking for damages and other penalties.