REPORT: Class action suit claims Menards didn’t pay workers

BY HBSDealer Staff

A pair of law firms are suing Menards based on the claims of employees who say they weren’t paid wages and overtime pay for hours they put in.

Filed in federal court in Columbus, Ohio, the class action lawsuit includes 160 former and current Menards employees. It alleges that Menards violated the Fair Labor Standards Act along with state wage and hour laws.

Similar lawsuits were filed this past fall in Indiana and Ohio. With about 300 locations, Eau Claire, Wis.-based Menards is the third-largest home center chain behind Home Depot and Lowe’s.

Read more about the latest lawsuit in Urban Milwaukee.


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