California subcontractor ordered to pay $12M for wage theft

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - A construction subcontractor has been ordered to pay nearly $12 million for allegedly cheating more than 1,000 Southern California workers out of minimum wage, overtime and rest breaks. The state's labor commissioner said Monday that RDV Construction violated workers' rights on 35 construction sites across Los ... …

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