Amazon.com received some early coal in its stocking: a potential class action claiming unpaid overtime.

In a federal lawsuit filed last Thursday in Seattle, the online retail giant is being sued for allegedly rounding off the hours worked by 21,000 warehouse employees who fill orders and ship packages. Specifically, the company is accused of rounding the start and end times for each person’s shift, costing employees roughly 15 minutes of overtime pay each day.

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