Victoria's Secret Gets Initial OK On $12M Clerk-Wage Deal

Law360, Los Angeles (August 10, 2017, 7:43 PM EDT) -- A California judge Thursday preliminarily approved Victoria's Secret Stores’ $12 million settlement to resolve class claims that the retailer shortchanged clerks’ pay by scheduling "call-in" shifts, after the parties provided a revised deal with a subclass for workers who weren’t appropriately paid upon leaving the company.

Thursday’s decision was issued swiftly by U.S. District Judge George H. Wu, who held a hearing on the preliminary approval motion earlier in the week, after which he ordered the parties to return with a revised settlement adding the subclass....
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