A former SB Country website supervisor filed a collective motion lawsuit towards Vox Media lately in U.S. District Courtroom for the District of Columbia.
Cheryl Bradley used to be web site supervisor for the Colorado Avalanche workforce website online referred to as Mile Top Hockey from 2013 to 2015, in line with the lawsuit. Bradley stated she steadily labored 30 to forty hours every week and won a stipend of $one hundred twenty five per 30 days. The lawsuit claims Bradley and different SB Country group website online staff are workers and subsequently topic to sure salary and hour protections that Vox Media didn’t meet.
The lawsuit, filed by way of James Goodley of Jennings Sigmond, may also be discovered under. Bradley’s grievance comes a couple of weeks after Deadspin revealed a document approximately how SB Country and Vox Media benefit off of unpaid and underpaid staff who run the “staff” or “fan” web sites.