Chevron to pay $1.5 million in overtime for mandatory meetings
Chevron Corp. must pay $1.5 million to 750 field workers for the time they spent at mandatory meetings where employees brief co-workers who take over their duties on the next shift, the U.S. Department of Labor announced Thursday. The department said Chevron Products Co. in San Ramon and two other subsidiaries, Chevron Pipeline Co. in Bellaire, Texas,...
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