NEW YORK — A New York State Supreme Court judge has entered an order granting class certification to claims by a trio of A&P employees that the company systematically and knowingly denied overtime pay to hourly employees. The certification means the case will continue on behalf of thousands of clerks, cashiers, bakery workers, deli personnel and other hourly-paid workers in New York state who are challenging A&P’s policies dating back to 1998. No trial date has been set. The next ...
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