Pool Supply King Leslie's Poolmart Defending Lawsuit Filed by Los Angeles Employment Lawyers At Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik For Allegedly Failing To Pay Overtime

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Leslie's Poolmart is the focus in recently filed class action that alleges Leslie's failed to pay the correct overtime compensation to their non-exempt hourly employees

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all non-exempt employees that were paid bonuses . . . have been regularly underpaid overtime compensation during their employment with Leslie's

On February 13, 2013 the Los Angeles employment lawyers at Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik filed a lawsuit against Leslie's Poolmart, Inc. ("Leslie's" ) for allegedly failing to pay their retail store employees the correct amount of overtime compensation. Cunningham, et al. vs. Leslie's Poolmart, Inc., Case No. BC500796 is currently pending in the Los Angeles County Superior Court for the State of California.

The lawsuit against Leslie's alleges that the non-exempt employees working in Leslie's retail stores across the country receive non-discretionary bonuses for selling certain products in the store which Leslie's fails to include in the regular rate of pay for the purposes of calculating overtime pay. The Complaint states that all non-exempt employees that were paid the non-discretionary bonuses or spiffs, have been regularly underpaid overtime compensation during their employment with Leslie's. You can read more about the lawsuit from the Complaint.

The Complaint also alleges that Leslie's fails to follow California's meal and rest break laws in that the company allegedly does not have a company wide policy to compensate the purported class members for their missed meal and rest breaks.

Leslie's attorneys have not yet responded to the lawsuit.

For more information about the Leslie's class action lawsuit, call an experienced Los Angeles Labor Lawyer at (866) 771-7099 or contact one by clicking here.

Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik is a California employment law firm that focuses on representing employees in actions for wrongful termination, discrimination, wages and hours, overtime pay and other illegal employment law practices.

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