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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 McDonalds workers in Michigan and New York filed lawsuits against the company asserting that they illegally underpaid employees by erasing hours from their timecards, not paying overtime and ordering them to work off the clock. In addition,the employees were denied required meal periods and rest breaks. Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay. Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 24 International Labour Organization: International Standards For 1 year of service, each employee must be given 3 weeks of paid holiday. (ILO, Section 11, Convention 132) No driver shall be allowed to drive continuously for more than four hours without a break.The maximum total driving time, including overtime, shall exceed neither nine hours per day nor 48 hours per week.The daily rest of drivers shall be at least ten consecutive hours during any 24-hour period starting from the beginning of the working day.(ILO, Section 11, Convention 153) Since 1962, the general standardof work per day is 8 hours with a maximum of 40 hours per week.In addition, a rest period of at least 24 continuous hours per 7-day week must be given.(ILO, Section 11 Convention 106) Between 2000 and 2007, FedEx Ground drivers in California filed suit, leading to a consolidated action that charged the company for drivers working 55 plus hours a week. (Forbes) (New York Times)
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