LOS ANGELES -- Ten former employees of Boise, Idaho-based Albertson's have filed suit in Superior Court here charging the company with failing to pay final wages and vacation pay on a timely basis, as required under California labor law. According to the complaint, California law requires that employees who are terminated or laid off or who quit or retire must receive a final paycheck on or before their last day, while employees who leave their jobs with less than 72 hours' notice must be ...

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