PHOENIX -- United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 99R here said last week it is financing a series of television ads around the country urging current and former Albertson's employees who believe they qualify for back pay for off-the-clock work to file their claims promptly. Those claims stem from a class-action lawsuit that Albertson's settled out-of-court a year ago -- a suit that involved all store-level personnel but ultimately excluded front-end employees as part of the chain's ...

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