Violation Tracker Individual Record
The dollar figure comes from a May 21, 2010 Wal-Mart press release; online at http://corporate.walmart.com/_news_/news-archive/2010/05/21/corporate-st.... See also: 6-12 Mealey's Litig. Rep. Employ. L. 19 (2010).
Case focused on allegations that the company was violating Oregon law requiring that workers be compensated for vacation leave, overtime and other remuneration at termination. The settlement covered two cases that had been consolidated. Wal-Mart agreed to pay at least $2 million and as much as $4.45 million.