Dick's To Pay Up To $10M To End Asst. Managers' OT Suits
Law360, New York (December 9, 2015, 12:31 PM EST) -- Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. has agreed to pay up to $10 million to settle a conditionally certified collective action and proposed class actions in which assistant managers accused it of stiffing them on overtime pay, according to a Wednesday filing in Massachusetts federal court.
The parties said in a memorandum supporting their joint motion for approval of the deal that it would provide a fair recovery for about 2,200 assistant managers who Dick's allegedly misclassified as exempt from overtime, as well as proposed classes who alleged violations of state wage and hour laws in Pennsylvania, Illinois and New York.
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