Posts tagged "Employment Class Actions"

Back Wages, Interest, and Penalties Recovered on Behalf of Workers at the Daily Grill Restaurant

On January 17, 2017, HSR prevailed at trial on claims against the Daily Grill Restaurant, located at the Westin LAX, for failing to pay workers the required living wage for more than three years. As a result, class members have been paid $165,994 in back wages, and were awarded over $300,000 in prejudgment interest and waiting time penalties.

Women's national soccer team lodges gender discrimination suit

The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team recently brought suit against USA Soccer, claiming that female soccer players were paid significantly less than their male counterparts, even though their team was much more successful. The suit was filed before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency charged with enforcing workplace discrimination laws.

Class action filed against SoCal Applebee's and IHOP owners

A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against the owners of Southern California IHOP and Applebee’s restaurants by a former employee. The plaintiff, an African-American woman who was an employee of DineEquity, Inc., the owner of several restaurants in and around Los Angeles, accuses her former employer of violating California’s wage and hour laws and discriminating against her and similarly situated employees. 

CVS at center of class-action racial discrimination lawsuit

From big retail chains like Target to a small mom and pop-run grocery store, all companies and business owners must take measures to prevent loss of profits via theft. When discussing problems related to theft by employees, members of the public and accounting mistakes in the retail industry, the National Retail Federation uses the term inventory shrinkage. During 2011 alone, the NRF reports that U.S. retailers suffered losses totaling roughly $345 billion due to inventory shrinkage.

Minority employees contend they were targeted by employer's background check policy

Almost everyone has done something in the past of which they're not proud. For some, such acts and actions may have resulted in an arrest and criminal conviction. From youthful indiscretions to simply making poor decisions, many individuals who are convicted of drug, theft or other misdemeanor charges learn from their mistakes and make a conscious and concerted effort to turn their lives around.

Complaint: UC hospital employees threatened for going on strike

A union has filed a complaint against the University of California hospital system, alleging that the hospitals illegally threatened employees during a two-day strike last spring. A hospital spokesperson has denied the allegations, stating that the hospitals did not violate employment laws in the days leading up to and during the strike.

Appeal planned for employment class action lawsuit in California

When a company discriminates against a person based upon gender it is against the law. The employee could have a course of action against the company by filing a civil lawsuit. However, when a company has systematically discriminated based upon gender due to a company policy the company could find itself in the middle of an employment class action lawsuit. Wal-mart is attempting to fight an effort to file a class action lawsuit on behalf of women employees in California.

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