LOS ANGELES — Wet Seal Inc. agreed to pay $1.28 million to as many as 500 store managers in California who claimed they were denied overtime wages, the junior retailer said last week.
The lawsuit, filed in January 2002, alleged Wet Seal wrongly classified certain employees as exempt from overtime pay in violation of California law. This is the second lawsuit Wet Seal settled in the past week.
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