SCOTUS: Amazon workers not compensated for screening time

The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled against Amazon warehouse workers who argued they should be paid for the time they spend waiting to be screened by security.

Amazon warehouse employees are screened after their shifts to make sure they are not stealing items.

Those workers say they spend roughly 25 minutes each day going through those screenings.

On Tuesday, the justices ruled those employees do not have to be compensated for that time.
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