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Drivers file wage suit against Papa John’s

Drivers for Papa John’s International earn less than the state and federal minimum wage because the pizza chain does not reimburse them for job-related expenses, a federal lawsuit claims. The suit, filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in St. ...

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Applebee’s suit headed to trial

A class action lawsuit against Applebee's appears to be heading to trial in federal court. In a series of orders this week, U.S. District Judge Nanette K. Laughrey declined to decertify the class of more than 5,500 current and former servers and bartenders who say they were forced to perform work for which they couldn't collect tips. The judge also admitted most of the testimony from the plaintiffs' experts.

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Know when training time is paid time

Three recent opinion letters from the federal Department of Labor remind employers that in addition to paying for all work time, they might also have to pay employees for training time, including doing their homework. Whether training time is paid ...

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