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August 26, 1994
K.V. Mart Co., owner of 13-store grocery chain accused in a lawsuit of labor violations, responded Thursday by denying the allegations and criticizing the Buena Park-based union that helped prepare the lawsuit. Ty Hitt, chief financial officer of K.V. Mart in Long Beach, said his company pays "fair wages" to its 1,050 employees. A lawsuit filed Wednesday by six former employees contends that K.V.
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February 17, 1995 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Calling it an egregious example of the underground economy in Southern California, state officials are seeking back wages and penalties of more than $2.2 million against the owner of seven Asian supermarkets in Orange and Los Angeles counties.
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BUSINESS
August 25, 1994
Six former employees of Top Valu/Valu Plus grocery stores filed a class-action lawsuit Wednesday against the company alleging that it violated overtime, minimum wage and other labor regulations. The suit and an accompanying statement allege that more than 1,000 current and past employees at 13 Top Valu/Valu Plus stores in Southern California were subjected to labor violations. The suit seeks back wages and penalties plus attorney fees and court costs. Top Valu/Valu Plus is owned by K.V. Mart Co.
BUSINESS
August 26, 1994
K.V. Mart Co., owner of 13-store grocery chain accused in a lawsuit of labor violations, responded Thursday by denying the allegations and criticizing the Buena Park-based union that helped prepare the lawsuit. Ty Hitt, chief financial officer of K.V. Mart in Long Beach, said his company pays "fair wages" to its 1,050 employees. A lawsuit filed Wednesday by six former employees contends that K.V.
BUSINESS
February 17, 1995 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Calling it an egregious example of the underground economy in Southern California, state officials are seeking back wages and penalties of more than $2.2 million against the owner of seven Asian supermarkets in Orange and Los Angeles counties.
BUSINESS
August 25, 1994
Six former employees of Top Valu/Valu Plus grocery stores filed a class-action lawsuit Wednesday against the company alleging that it violated overtime, minimum wage and other labor regulations. The suit and an accompanying statement allege that more than 1,000 current and past employees at 13 Top Valu/Valu Plus stores in Southern California were subjected to labor violations. The suit seeks back wages and penalties plus attorney fees and court costs. Top Valu/Valu Plus is owned by K.V. Mart Co.
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