Smith & Nephew “Use It Or Lose It” Vacation Policy Challenged in California Court
Class-action for unpaid vacation time filed in Alameda county, California, continues against Smith & Nephew for implementing an unlawful forfeiture policy.
The proposed class-action filed against Smith & Nephew alleges that although employees earned and accrued vacation time during their employment with Smith & Nephew, the Company utilized an unlawful “use it or lose it” scheme to avoid paying out all the earned vacation time to employees at the time of their termination. The California Labor Code, prohibits this vacation time policy.
Persons that were employed by Smith & Nephew in California between approximately April of 2008 and the present, can call (510) 735-6316 or write to email@example.com to find out if they are eligible to join the class action lawsuit and make a claim for unpaid vacation time.
- Contact Information
- Renzo Ampuero
- Lazear Mack
- (1) 510-735-6316
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