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Prudential Overall Supply agrees to settle living-Wage violations

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San Diego City Attorney Michael Aguirre announced in July that Prudential Overall Supply has agreed to settle violations of the city’s living-wage ordinance. The uniform supplier will pay $65,000.

Aguirre filed a lawsuit against the company, arguing that it paid its workers below the rates set forth in the San Diego Living Wage Ordinance, which became law in 2005. A stipulated judgment, filed in California Superior Court for the county of San Diego, states that the company will pay $45,000 to 26 employees and $2,500 for each of eight violations of section 17200 of the California Business and Professions Code.

Prudential Overall Supply, based in Irvine, also agreed to submit proof of compliance with the judgment within 60 days. In the agreement, the company did not admit to any wrongdoing.

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Robert mason August 14, 2016 at 12:14 pm

I was an employee in 2000 and there was a similar law suit. I never heard anything about it. Do you know who the lawyers were in that case


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