Failure To Prompty Pay Upon Termination Of Employment
Products or Services
This class action lawsuit was filed on April 20, 2007 against Kelly Services, a large agency that employees temporary workers across the country and on California.
The class action complaint alleges that Kelly Services violates California employment law by delaying the payment of a workers last paycheck upon separating permanently from Kelley Services.
Under California law, Kelly Services must pay a discharged employee earned and unpaid wages immediately. Kelly Services must also be paid immediately if he or she resigns and provides at least 72 hours notice of resignation. Finally, if an employee resigns without providing 72 hours notice of resignation, Kelly Services must pay the employee the final check within 72 hours.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Kelly Services, Inc. (KELYA)
Kelly Services, Inc. is a provides workforce management services and human resources solutions, i.e. temporary workers for businesses.
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