LinkedIn has agreed to pay $6m in wages and damages, after regulators found it failed to account for all the hours worked by its employees. The firm said talent was its “number one priority” and it was eager to “rectify the situation”. According to the US Department of Labor, the affected employees worked at the firm’s offices in California, Illinois, Nebraska and New York. However, the regulator added that LinkedIn had cooperated with the investigation, and had agreed to take proactive steps to prevent future violations.
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