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December 12, 2013
Warehouse operator to pay $4.7 million to settle wage-and-hour case
By Amanda Becker
(Reuters) - A Southern California warehouse operator and Wal-Mart contractor has agreed to pay $4.7 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over alleged wage-and-hour violations.
The 568 class members, who earn an average hourly wage...
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Company: WAL MART STORES INC
News Subject: (Consumer Protection (1CO43); Employment Law (1EM67); Business Lawsuits & Settlements (1BU19); Compensation (1CO80); Legal (1LE33); Business Litigation (1BU04); Class Actions (1CL03); Corporate Events (1CR05); Minimum Wage (1MI39); HR & Labor Management (1HR87); Business Management (1BU42))
Region: (U.S. Midwest Region (1MI19); USA (1US73); Americas (1AM92); California (1CA98); North America (1NO39); Wisconsin (1WI54); U.S. West Region (1WE46))
Language: EN
Other Indexing: (Schneider Logistics) (Franklin Quezada; Michael Nader; Douglas Farmer; Jill Garcia; Rebecca Fisher; Marisa Hernandez-Stern; Lauren Teukolsky; Theresa Traber; Christopher Ahearn; Mark Blinch; Nash Smoak)
Keywords: employment (MCC:OEC); (N2:US); (N2:AMERS); (N2:USA); (MCCL:OVR)
Word Count: 502
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