Walmart Failure to Pay for Rest Breaks California Labor Law Class Action

This class action brings suit against Wal-Mart Associates, Inc. It claims the company has violated the California Labor Code, the California Business & Professions Code, and its Industrial Welfare Commission’s Wage Orders. Among other things, the complaint alleges that Walmart has not provided proper rest periods to employees.  Read more

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Primary Provider Management Misclassifying Employees as Exempt Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action against Primary Provider Management, Inc., Agilon Health, Inc., Cyber Pro Systems (which does business as Medical Data Exchange, Inc.), and MDX Hawaii, Inc. for alleged violations of California wage and hour labor laws and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). According to the complaint, the companies misclassified nurses who  Read more

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McDonald’s Overtime and Breaks Labor Violations California Class Action

This California class action brings suit against McDonald’s Restaurants of California, Inc. and McDonald’s USA, LLC for employment violations. Among the allegations are unpaid overtime and failure to allow for proper rest and meal breaks. As is usual in such cases, these violations have led to “downstream” problems, such as inaccurate wage statements and waiting  Read more

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Aaron’s Overtime Pay and Breaks California Class Action

When a company calculates the overtime rate of pay for its employees, it must take into consideration more than just the employee’s base hourly pay. The complaint for this class action alleges that Aaron’s, Inc. does not figure in incentive pay when calculating employees’ overtime rates. It also alleges that the company does not give  Read more

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Exxon Refinery Rest Breaks California Settlement

In 2016, the California Supreme Court interpreted one of the state’s Wage Orders to mean that workers taking rest breaks cannot be required to be on call. This settlement resolves a class action on exactly this point, against ExxonMobil Oil Corp., ExxonMobil Pipeline Company, PBF Energy Limited, and Torrance Refining Company, LLC. The complaint alleged  Read more

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CoreLogic Valuations Solutions Residential Staff Appraisers Overtime Settlement

This settlement resolves a class and collective action against CoreLogic Valuation Solutions, Inc. and Platinum Valuation Services, LLC. The complaint alleged that the companies violated state and federal labor laws by not paying for all overtime hours worked and not providing required meal and rest breaks.  Read more

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McDonald’s Pay, Overtime, and Breaks Settlement

McDonald’s Restaurants of California, Inc. and McDonald’s of Culvrl-Sepulveda are putting up $26 million to settle a labor law class action. Three employees brought suit, claiming that the company did not provide proper meal or rest breaks, did not pay overtime and minimum wages, pay all wages due to separating employees, maintain records and provide  Read more

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Fedex Ground Warehouse Workers California Labor Class Action

This class action brings suit against Fedex Ground Package System, Inc. for violating California’s Labor Code and its Industrial Welfare Commission’s wage orders in its treatment of hourly, non-exempt warehouse employees. The allegations involve payment for all hours worked, meal and rest breaks, and the “downstream” effects of these that lead to other violations.  Read more

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Kuehne + Nagel Time-Shaving and Labor Law Violations California Class Action

This is an all-too-common type of employment case, in which a company operating in California is accused of violating California labor law and IWC wage orders. In this class action, the complaint alleges that Kuehne + Nagel, Inc. did not pay proper wages and overtime or allow workers the required rest and meal breaks, and  Read more

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Instacart Employee Misclassification and Labor Law Settlement

Maplebear, Inc., which does business as Instacart, is settling a class action for just under $11 million. The complaint alleged that Instacart violated federal and California labor laws in a number of ways, by misclassifying employees as independent contractors, not reimbursing their business expenses, not paying wages and overtime, not providing meal and rest breaks,  Read more

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