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Target settles lawsuit over vacation pay

December 29, 2007|From Times Wire Services

Target Corp., the second-largest U.S. discount chain, agreed to pay as much as $10 million to resolve claims by employees in California that they weren't paid for earned vacation days.

The deal, according to a summary filed in federal court in Oakland, resolves a class-action lawsuit claiming Target required workers to forfeit earned vacation pay and didn't pay fired workers a pro-rated share of their earned vacation time. The company denied wrongdoing, according to the filing.

As many as 270,000 current and former Target workers may share in the settlement funds.

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