Violations at Marriott reported again
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The massive wage and hour violations at the Boston Copley Marriott, which were investigated only after loud and repeated protests by union carpenters joined by other trades workers and union workers has hit the news again. This time reported by, a site that reports on business and legal issues pertaining to human resource management.

The article lays out the nearly $1.2 million in violations by numerous contractors hired to renovate rooms at the high-priced downtown Boston hotel, including one that misclassified 28 employees as independent contractors and failed to report more than $410,000 in wages and another that failed to report more than $460,000 in wages to the Department of Unemployment Assistance.

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