LinkedIn to pay approximately $6M for violating U.S. wage law


LinkedIn (NYSE:LNKD) will pay almost $6M to more than 350 current and former employees following a Department of Labor investigation which found that the online career-networking company violated U.S. wage law.

The Labor Department uncovered LinkedIn's failure to record and compensate workers for all hours worked, violating provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act which requires non-exempt workers to be paid the federal minimum hourly wage plus overtime.

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