Home Depot Sued By Former Security Employees Over Wages

Law360, New York (September 7, 2012, 7:40 PM EDT) -- Two former security workers launched a proposed collective action against Home Depot USA Inc., accusing the retailer of failing to pay overtime and minimum wages for a nationwide class of security personnel, according to a complaint filed in Alabama federal court on Thursday.

Plaintiffs Jason Stapler and Darrell Blevins claim that Home Depot failed to pay them and other so-called asset protection employees for work-related travel and often failed to pay overtime, causing employees to receive less than minimum wage in violation of the Fair Labor...
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