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Pacific Pie Pizza Drivers Lunch Breaks Settlement

Pacific Pie, Inc. and Liberty Pizza, LLC, both doing business as Domino’s Pizza, and Shane Anderson, an individual, are settling a class action alleging they violated Washington state employment laws. The complaint alleged they did not give drivers a required thirty-minute lunch break and permitted wait-time and other off-the-clock work.  Read more

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Intelnet America Overtime Pay Settlement

This settlement resolves two labor-law class actions against Intelnet America, LLC, which is now known as Teleperformance Business Services US, LLC. One complaint was filed in New Jersey, the other in Pennsylvania. They alleged that Intelnet did not pay overtime wages for all overtime work performed, including off-the-clock work that took place before and after  Read more

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Allied Universal Security Services Collective Action for Unpaid Wages

This is not a settlement at this time. It is an invitation to join a collection action against Universal Protection Services, LP, which does business as Allied Universal Security Services. The complaint alleges that Allied required employees to perform job duties before and after their shifts but did not pay them for these duties. It  Read more

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Sprint Store Managers Off-the-Clock Work and Breaks Class Action

This class action brings suit against Sprint/United Management Co. for allegedly failing to follow California Labor Code and Industrial Wage Orders in the treatment of certain of its workers. The complaint claims that non-exempt, hourly-paid managers were not paid for all hours worked and were not given proper meal and rest breaks.  Read more

Ulta Beauty Unpaid Time, Missed Breaks, Inaccurate Pay Rates Class Action

This is not the first recent class action accusing Ulta Beauty, Inc. of violating wage and labor laws. The complaint alleges that the company did not compensate employees for all hours worked and did not permit them to take proper breaks, among other things. It brings claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), California’s  Read more

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Target Overtime Pay for Pennsylvania Warehouse Employees Class Action

This class action is yet another alleging that an employer did not properly calculate or pay overtime for its hourly employees. This time, the employer is Target Corporation. The complaint alleges that the problem is both how the time-and-a-half overtime rate is calculated and the requirement that employees perform off-the-clock duties. It claims violations of  Read more

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MyExperian Overtime Pay for Call Center Employees Class Action

A group of employees at MyExperian, Inc.’s call centers bring this class action against their employer, alleging that they were not paid overtime when they worked more than forty hours in a week. The employees were required to perform work to prepare for their shifts and also at times to finish up tasks beyond the  Read more

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Bakery Companies Employees Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action brought against Flowers Baking Co. of Lexena, Flowers Baking Co. of Denton, LLC, Holsum Bakery of Tolleson, LLC and Holsum Bakery, Inc., or Alpine Valley Bread Company. The lawsuit alleged that certain employees were not paid for all time worked during the day, such as the time required to  Read more

Delano Farms Agricultural Grape Workers Labor Law Violations Class Action

This settles a class action brought by agricultural grape workers against Delano Farms and the labor companies who represented them. The complaint alleges that the companies violated labor laws in requiring unpaid, off-the-clock work, not reimbursing workers for necessary tool expenses, and not properly compensating workers for breaks.   Read more

Outback Steakhouse Wage and Hour Settlement

Plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Bloomin' Brands, Inc., the parent company of Outback Steakhouse, required employees to perform work off-the-clock in violation of the FLSA.  Workers were required to work before and after their shifts, complete mandatory online training without pay, attend promotional events and meetings without pay, and had not been paid overtime  Read more