Law360, New York (May 8, 2013, 2:37 PM EDT) -- Aramark Uniform Services Inc. has agreed to a $2.75 million settlement of wage-and-hour class claims by workers who allege that the company had shaved time off employees’ shifts, according to a motion filed in California federal court Tuesday.
The settlement fund will compensate a class of about 3,175 workers, including production employees, mechanics, engineers and drivers, who worked for several Aramark divisions between October 2008 and the preliminary approval of the agreement. The fund will also be used to pay penalties assessed by the state for alleged violations of California's Private Attorney General Act, or PAGA.
"The proposed settlement represents a...
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