Rite Aid seatcase
By the end of my shift, my feet would be throbbing and swollen.
My back would hurt so badly after my shift that I would have difficulty getting in my car, and it would hurt for about 3 hours afterwards.
Because I had to stand so much, and suffered severe knee pain, my doctor prescribed pain medicine just so I could make it through the workday.
Hall v. Rite Aid Corporation
San Diego Superior Court Case No. 37-2009-00087938-CU-OE-CTL

The law firms of Dostart Clapp & Coveney, LLP, Law Offices of Kevin J. McInerney, and Righetti Glugoski, P.C. have filed a class action lawsuit against Rite Aid Corporation.

The lawsuit is brought on behalf of all persons who were employed as Front-End
Cashier/Clerks in California at any time between March 12, 2008 and the present.

The lawsuit claims that Cashier/Clerks should have been provided with seats while they operated the cash register. The lawsuit seeks monetary penalties on behalf of all Cashier/Clerks who were not provided with seats.

If you are a member of the class, we need your help! Please contact us.





California Wage Order 7-2001, section 14(A) states:

“All working employees shall be provided with suitable seats when the nature of their work reasonably permits the use of seats.”

California Labor Code section 2699(f)(2) requires an employer to pay a penalty of $100 per pay period per aggrieved employee for the first violation and $200 per pay period per aggrieved employee for each subsequent violation.

See Industrial Welfare Commission Order No 7-2001


Documents of Interest
Complaint
Order Denying Motion for Summary Judgment
Order Granting Motion for Class Certification
Unpublished Court of Appeal Opinion dated May 2, 2014 (reversing Motion for Decertification)

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Actual Testimony from Cashier/Clerks