PERRIS (CNS) - A group of former and current Peloton workers employed at company warehouses in Riverside County and Northern California are suing the bike and treadmill maker, alleging various state Labor Code violations, including denial of meal and rest breaks as well as overtime and reimbursement for personal expenses.The Los Angeles Superior Court suit was brought under the state's Private Attorneys General Act, which authorizes allegedly "aggrieved employees" to file lawsuits to recover civil penalties on behalf of themselves, other employees and the state for purported Labor Code violations."(Peloton's) policies, practices and procedures require plaintiffs ... to routinely skip their meal and rest breaks, or cut their meal and rest breaks short, yet do not provide th
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