Pepsi Workers Seek To Finalize $3M OT Wage Settlement

By Kevin Penton (October 30, 2015, 6:09 PM EDT) -- A class of Pepsi employees on Friday asked a Massachusetts federal court to grant final approval to a $3 million settlement for claims that their employer stiffed them on overtime pay by improperly using a fluctuating work week system to calculate their wages.

The proposed deal would settle claims that Pepsi Beverages Co. violated the Fair Labor Standards Act for a nationwide class and the Massachusetts Overtime Law for a state-based class by not paying the bulk customer representatives adequate overtime wages through the use of the payment system, which the workers alleged was not applicable to them because they did...

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