Labor Ready Southwest Class Action Settlement
You are a class member if you worked for Labor Ready as a temporary worker in California at anytime between April 30, 2005 to May 1, 2013, then you are eligible to receive money from a class action settlement.
up to $25
Proof of Purchase
You must provide your social security number to match it against internal employment records
Allen v. Labor Ready Southwest, Inc.Case No.: 2:09-CV-04266 DDP-AGRDistrict Court – Central District of California – Western Division
According to the documents supporting this settlement Labor Ready Southwest, Inc. (“Labor Ready”) violated state wage and hour laws and unfair competition laws by,: failing to pay minimum wage and overtime; failing to provide compliant meal and/or rest periods; failing to pay wages timely upon termination; failing to provide compliant wage statements; failing to reimburse for work-related expenses; and other related failures. Labor Ready denies all these allegations and asserts that it has fully complied with all of its legal obligation