Wage theft from software engineers is at the core of an ongoing investigation directed at collusive agreements by Apple, Adobe, Google and Intel, who agreed not to recruit or hire one another's software engineers. As a result of this collusion, the wages paid the engineers were suppressed unlawfully.  Some 64,613 software engineers were affected, and they suffered wage theft in the neighborhood of $3 billion.

The New York Times calls for action: Wage Theft Across the Board. 

Wage theft is also alleged in the recently-filed cases against McDonald's as reported in previous posts: McDonald's Overtime Suit: Ex-Managers Discuss Wage Theft and Working Off the Clock & Wage Theft: The McDonald's Suits.

Lexington, Kentucky wages and overtime lawyer Robert Abell represents individuals and employees recover the overtime and wages they've earned but not been paid; contact him at 859-254-7076. 

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