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Snark aside, this is actually a fairly interesting case (presuming I found the right one):https://law.justia.com/cases/california/supreme-court/2018/s234969.htmlI'm no lawyertician, but I think the concern is that employers would now be required to account and pay for employee activities such as waiting in line to punch in for the day (employee actions required to work that typically constitute less than a minute of actual activity). Time and effort spent to track such activities would certainly constitute a significant time and dollar cost, so the summary here is a bit simplistic.
I was actually wondering what the other side of the argument is - thanks for elucidating part of it.
Man.. I went to summer camp with that guy