Crossmark Reaches $1M Deal To End Wage Class Action
Law360, Los Angeles (May 22, 2012, 6:25 PM EDT) -- National retail merchandising company Crossmark Inc. agreed Friday to pay $1 million to put to rest allegations that it failed to adequately reimburse nearly 6,000 employees for travel and other business expenses under California labor law.
According to a motion for approval of the settlement, filed in federal court in Los Angeles, each of the 5,791 plaintiffs in the class action would receive an average of $105 to compensate them for the company's alleged failure to properly reimburse employees for mileage accrued and time spent driving between locations for business, and for wages due the workers claim were never paid at...
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