In this issue, we’ll delve into the mandatory COVID-19 screenings that have been in place at many workplaces across the country – and whether employees should be paid for the time they spend waiting for and receiving these health checks.
! If you came here for information on how to claim your piece of the recent Post Foods cereal settlement, you’re in the right place. Several popular cereals are covered by the deal – and you can find the specifics directly below.
In this issue, our leading headline goes to an investigation into a couple of tech and finance companies and their alleged agreement not to poach each other’s employees – effectively and illegally eliminating competitive wages for workers.
We have two new investigations for you this week, and both have to do with fire hazards. Consumers have been reporting unexpected fires in their 2013-2019 Toyota RAV4s, as well as several big-name dishwashers from Electrolux and Kenmore.
Deciding what to feed our children can be stressful enough as it is, especially as a new parent. That stress skyrockets when reports begin to surface that certain brands of baby food may contain dangerous levels of toxic heavy metals.
We have two new investigations for you this week. First up, attorneys are looking into whether client associates at Wells Fargo and several other major banks are being paid properly – and a lawsuit may just be the way to sort things out.
The recent lawsuit against TRESemmé is beginning to shine the spotlight on other haircare products containing DMDM hydantoin, the preservative believed to be the cause of hair loss and scalp irritation in users.