A wage and hour lawsuit filed by contingent workers against PrO Unlimited and staffing client Juniper Networks Holdings International Inc. has been settled. The workers signed employment agreements with PrO and Juniper stating that they were classified as exempt from overtime and were required to track daily work in eight-hour increments, but plaintiffs claimed they regularly worked more than eight hours per day. The suit, which was first filed in July 2011, sought to represent all contingent employees who worked at both PrO and Juniper in California.
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