Papa John's, Workers Reach $3.4M Unpaid Training Deal

Law360 (March 24, 2020, 3:57 PM EDT) -- A proposed class of Papa John's workers asked a California federal judge Monday to approve a $3.4 million unopposed settlement agreement that would end a suit alleging the workers were stiffed on wages because the pizza chain forced them to complete mandatory off-the-clock training on its corporate website.

The proposed agreement calls for 30% of the gross settlement fund for attorney fees, $80,000 for costs and $185,000 to be paid by Papa John's for the cost to administer the settlement.

The settlement would allow for payments of up to $166 for employees of corporate-owned stores who submit a claim and $50...

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