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ShopKeep, Lightspeed Overtime Employment Settlement

ShopKeep, Inc. and Lightspeed Commerce USA, Inc. are settling a class action alleging that they did not pay sales representatives proper overtime wages for all overtime worked and did not provide proper wage notices and statements in New York or timely wages at separation in Oregon.  Read more

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Sunrise Senior Living Overtime and Breaks California Class Action

Sunrise Senior Living Services, Inc. and related Sunrise companies are accused in this class action of not obeying California Labor Laws and Industrial Wage Orders, on topics such as overtime pay, proper meal and rest breaks or compensation for missed breaks, and “downstream” violations that spring from these initial violations, such as inaccurate wage statements  Read more

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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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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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Walmart, Sam’s Final Worker Payments and Bounced Checks California Class Action

The complaint for this class action alleges that Walmart did not pay employees all wages due at termination and also bounced checks for the amounts it did pay some of them. The allegations are made under the provisions of California’s Labor Code and IWC Wage Orders, against Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Walmart, Inc., and Sam’s West,  Read more

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Home Depot Final Wages in Unactivated Debit Card California Class Action

Stores of Home Depot USA, Inc. are standard fixtures in many areas of the country, well-known for their orange signs and big-box dimensions. However, the complaint for this class action alleges that the company uses a far less standard way of paying terminated employees their final wages: a debit card.  Read more

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Target California Distribution Center Overtime Pay for Warehouse Workers Class Action

This class action concerns employment practices at the California distribution centers of the Target Corporation. The issues are the failure to pay overtime, the failure to provide adequate itemized wage statements, and the failure to pay waiting time penalties, under California labor laws.  Read more

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Equinox Personal Trainers, Fitness Instructors California Labor Class Action

This California labor class action makes many familiar allegations against Equinox Holdings, Inc.: failure to pay minimum and overtime wages and failure to allow rest and meal periods, among other things. As often happens, these violations lead to others, such as failure to provide accurate wage statements, failure to pay all wages at termination, and  Read more

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Charter Communications Misclassified Direct Sales Reps as Exempt California Class Action

One violation of labor laws can create a ripple effect of other violations. If an employer has misclassified a worker as exempt (from overtime pay), for example, that may indicate a whole host of other labor requirements that the employer has therefore not observed. The complaint for this class action alleges that Charter Communications, LLC  Read more

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Walmart Failure to Pay Accumulated Vacation Time California Class Action

Walmart is an extremely large company. As such, it has a lot of clout in making up its own company rules and requiring that employees adhere to them. However, this class action brings suit against Walmart, Inc. and Wal-Mart Associates, Inc. for violations of California’s state labor laws in denying employees accrued vacation time pay  Read more

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