The Employment Lawyers at Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik Initiate a Class Action Against Ingredion Incorporated Alleging The Company Failed to Pay Vacation Wages
The San Francisco employment attorneys allege in the class action lawsuit that Ingredion cheated their employees by failing to pay them the full amount of vacation wages due them upon termination
Contra Costa, CA (PRWEB) November 03, 2012
The San Francisco labor lawyers at Blumenthal Nordrehaug & Bhowmik filed a class action Complaint against Ingredion Incorporated ("Ingredion") on October 22, 2012, alleging that the company violated the California Labor Code by failing to pay their employees the correct amount of vacation wages owed to them upon their termination with Ingredion. Wagner, et al. v. Ingredion Incorporated, Corn Products International, National Starch LLC, Case No. C12-02478 is currently pending in the Contra Costa Superior Court for the State of California.
According to the vacation pay complaint, even though employees earned and accrued vacation time during their employment at the company, Ingredion allegedly utilized a deceptive scheme to avoid paying out the correct amount of vacation wages earned at the time of employment termination. Under the California Labor Code, all earned and accrued vacation time must be paid out at the time that the employment terminates and must be paid out at the employees' regular rate of pay unless otherwise specified in writing.
If you were formerly employed by Ingredion Incorporated, Corn Products International, and/or National Starch LLC in California and were not paid all of the vacation pay you earned and accrued during your employment, call (866) 771-7099 to find out if you are eligible to join the class action lawsuit and make a claim for unpaid vacation time.
Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik is a California employment law firm that dedicates its practice to helping employees fight back against unfair business practices.
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