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January 12, 1993 | STUART SILVERSTEIN and GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Capping a bitter labor dispute that bloodied both the upscale Nordstrom retail chain and its union adversaries, the two sides on Monday announced a tentative multimillion-dollar settlement of a lawsuit that accused the company of shortchanging employees. Thousands of current and former employees who performed such duties as stocking shelves, delivering merchandise or writing thank-you notes to customers without being paid are entitled to compensation under the agreement.
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January 12, 1993 | STUART SILVERSTEIN and GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Capping a bitter labor dispute that bloodied both the upscale Nordstrom retail chain and its union adversaries, the two sides on Monday announced a tentative multimillion-dollar settlement of a lawsuit that accused the company of shortchanging employees. Thousands of current and former employees who performed such duties as stocking shelves, delivering merchandise or writing thank-you notes to customers without being paid are entitled to compensation under the agreement.
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November 10, 1990 | From Associated Press
A judge has dismissed part of a Washington state lawsuit against fashion retailer Nordstrom Inc. but left intact the state's effort to collect back wages for employees who claim that they were coerced into working unpaid overtime. Acting on a motion by Nordstrom to dismiss the department's lawsuit, King County Superior Court Judge Susan Agid on Thursday ruled that the state couldn't collect damages or constrain the way Nordstrom pays its employees in the future.
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November 10, 1990 | From Associated Press
A judge has dismissed part of a Washington state lawsuit against fashion retailer Nordstrom Inc. but left intact the state's effort to collect back wages for employees who claim that they were coerced into working unpaid overtime. Acting on a motion by Nordstrom to dismiss the department's lawsuit, King County Superior Court Judge Susan Agid on Thursday ruled that the state couldn't collect damages or constrain the way Nordstrom pays its employees in the future.
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February 17, 1990 | BOB BAKER, TIMES LABOR WRITER
The Washington Department of Labor and Industries has found the Nordstrom department store chain in violation of the state's minimum wage act, vindicating a union's complaint that the company requires salespeople to work "off the clock" to make good on its pledge of superb customer service.
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February 17, 1990 | BOB BAKER, TIMES LABOR WRITER
The Washington Department of Labor and Industries has found the Nordstrom department store chain in violation of the state's minimum wage act, vindicating a union's complaint that the company requires salespeople to work "off the clock" to make good on its pledge of superb customer service.
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