California Construction Workers Seek Class Action Against BMHC

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A group of 14 construction workers has filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles, against Building Materials Housing Corporation (BMHC), a San Francisco-based home building company. The suit, alleges that the workers were made to skip breaks, travel without compensation, and sign blank time sheets, and they are seeking payment of wages they allege they are owed.

The workers held a press conference to explain their position, and were joined by leaders of the Laborers' International Union of North America. Although the Union is not involved in the suit, they reportedly commented that the construction industry is plagued by labor law violations.

The suit is seeking class action status, and if granted, thousands of workers would be affected, and the claims for unpaid wages would likely be several million.

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