S.P. Carpet Pros, Inc. and Home Depot might have wrongfully classified Carpet Installers as Independent Contractors which denied those workers overtime pay and other benefits due under California labor laws.
Failure To Reimburse For Employer Forced Purchases
Failur To Pay Vacation Time
Failure To Provide Meal And Rest Periods
Products or Services
Investigation and pending class action lawsuit against S.P. Carpet Pros, Inc. and Home Depot.
The class action complaint against S.P. Carpet Pros and Home Depot alleges that workers of Carpet Pros are carpet installers who were improperly classified as independent contractors while in the employ of Carpet Pros and Home Depot, thereby resulting in the wrongful denial of overtime compensation, compensation for meal periods and rest breaks and reimbursement for expenses related to their employment.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Home Depot, Inc., The (HD)
The Home Depot, Inc. operates as a home improvement retailer.
S.P. Carpet Pros, Inc.
S.P. Carpet Pros, Inc. installs carpets and flooring and interacts with Home Depot.
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