TAMPA, Fla. -- The United Food and Commercial Workers union last week said several Albertson's employees here have filed a class-action lawsuit that claims the chain uses its employees to do off-the-clock work -- the union's third such suit against the retailer in the past month. he union said the latest legal action is part of its Albertson's Worker Advocacy Project. As in the earlier suits, UFCW charges the Boise, Idaho-based retailer with "payjacking" -- failing to pay employees for all ...

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