Jury Clears Dollar Tree in Calif. Pay Stub Class Action

Law360, Los Angeles (November 7, 2017, 7:43 PM EST) -- A California federal jury on Tuesday found that Dollar Tree's practice of providing pay stubs on cash register receipts for a class of 5,400 retail employees didn't violate a state law requiring that employers provide accessible wage statements.

The jury found that Dollar Tree Stores Inc. provided workers with easy access to their electronic wage statements, ending an inquiry over whether any failure to provide easy access was intentional or caused any injuries.

The trial kicked off last Thursday over whether Dollar Tree failed to provide easily accessible pay stubs to a class of about 5,400 California workers who received pay...

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