MODESTO, Calif. -- A former grocery manager at Save Mart Supermarkets here has filed a lawsuit against the chain, charging that it failed to pay him for overtime work during the past four years. The suit also charges that Save Mart violated California's labor code by failing to keep records of actual hours worked by each employee and making false representations to employees "so as to conceal their true status as nonexempt employees" -- practices that constitute "unfair competition and ...

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