BOISE, Idaho -- Albertson's here said last week it has signed an agreement in principle with attorney's representing aggrieved current and former employees to settle a class action lawsuit involving charges of off-the-clock work. uld allow current and former Albertson's employees who meet eligibility requirements to present their claims to a settlement administrator. Up to 150,000 current and former Albertson's employees could be eligible to participate in the settlement, according to ...

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