Rite Aid Managers Snag $5.5M Settlement In OT Suit

Law360, Los Angeles (June 30, 2017, 6:38 PM EDT) -- Rite Aid Corp. agreed to pay $5.5 million to settle a long-running class and collective action accusing the company of shorting store managers on overtime pay for work they did when filling in for nonexempt employees, according to a proposed deal in New York federal court Friday.

The company will pay the sum to clear allegations it violated federal and state laws by forcing its salaried managers and assistant managers to handle the duties of cashiers, stock handlers and other nonexempt workers to reduce the amount of overtime it would have to pay those employees, according to the bid for preliminary...

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