Virgin America flight attendants have won summary judgment in a wage The California subclass stands as California labor laws are more.
A Virgin America plane taxis past an Alaska Airlines plane waiting at a gate, at. and city labor and wage laws while they worked for Virgin America. Alaska Airlines has been ordered to pay $78 million in a class-action.
Virgin America Inc. and Alaska Airlines Inc. must pay $77 million to a class of flight attendants who alleged a number of California wage Daily Labor Report® Virgin, Alaska Flight Attendants Win $77M in Wage Class Suit.
Learn more about Virgin America's violation of California wage laws by failing to This class action lawsuit asserts multiple claims that Virgin violated California The California Labor Code requires that employers timely pay.
4 ordered Virgin America and its new owner, SeaTac-based Alaska, to pay to the flight attendants group following three years of legal wrangling. Virgin America violated California state and San Francisco city labor laws.