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Virgin Wages

The Ninth Circuit reversed part of a ruling in favor of a group of Virgin America flight attendants on their wage claims, finding that the airline’s compensation scheme, which is based on “block time,” did not violate California law.

SAN FRANCISCO — The Ninth Circuit reversed part of a ruling in favor of a group of Virgin America flight attendants on their wage claims, finding that the airline’s compensation scheme, which is based on “block time,” did not violate California law. 

Categories / Appeals, Business, Employment

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