On August 14, 2008, Keller Grover filed a class action lawsuit against Kelly Services, Inc. that alleged that Kelly failed to pay workers for time spent attending interviews with Kelly Services’ customers or potential customers. Under California law, a company must pay its employees for all time worked. In September of 2011, Keller Grover settled on behalf of the class members for $2,750,000. The settlement also required Kelly to pay minimum wage to it’s temporary employees in California for five years who attend interviews arranged by Kelly with Kelly’s customers or potential customers.
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