Verizon Managers Sue Over Unpaid Floating Holidays

Law360, New York (August 22, 2011, 7:12 PM EDT) -- Retail managers slapped Verizon Communications Inc. with a putative class action Friday in California state court alleging the telecom giant breached employment contracts by deterring workers from using promised floating holidays and refusing to compensate them for the unused time.

Named plaintiffs Jorge Corona and Christian Rivera filed a suit on behalf of themselves and all district, floating and store managers employed by Verizon in California, claiming their inability to take floating holidays as stipulated in Verizon’s employee policies and the company’s refusal to compensate them...
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