Judge Conley granted the Plaintiff final approval of her class action settlement in this time clock rounding case on July 20, 2012. Hawks Quindel, S.C. represented a class of call center employees in this case alleging that Duluth’s time clock rounding policy caused them to work time for which they were not paid. The class action settlement provides for back pay and liquidated damages to each individual who elected to participate in the settlement. If you chose to participate in the settlement, you can anticipate payment during the first week of August, 2012.
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