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Witnesses Wanted For Class Action Against the Salvation Army

We are currently investigating employment policies at the Salvation Army in California, in connection with an imminent class action lawsuit. If you worked at a California location of the Salvation Army within the past five years in California, we would like to talk to you. All inquiries will be held in strictest confidence. Our investigation concerns wage and hour law issues, including overtime, off-the-clock work, meal periods, rest periods and related claims. We welcome your inquiries or assistance whether or not you are interested participating in any pending litigation or pursuing a lawsuit on your own behalf.

You can contact us at (714) 544-6609, or by email at [email protected].

Walsh & Walsh, P.C. represents California employees in claims involving all kinds of wage and hour violations, including failure to pay wages, misclassification or miscalculation of overtime pay, meal period and rest period violations, unpaid commissions, retroactive pay rate restructuring, unauthorized payroll deductions, compelled patronage, uniform violations, unreimbursed employee expenses and similar claims.

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