Philips Hit With Class Action Over Unused Vacation Time

Law360, New York (July 3, 2013, 1:39 PM EDT) -- A former Philips Electronics NA Corp. employee filed a proposed class action against the electronics and medical technology giant Tuesday, accusing the company of failing to pay former California employees money they were owed before they were fired or laid off.

Todd O. Crow said in his Los Angeles Superior Court complaint that his former employer made a habit of failing to pay its employees for unused vacation time in violation of the California Labor Code.

"From at least three years prior to the filing of...
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