Walgreens Misclassified Most Store Managers

Walgreens' own numbers suggest total liability may approach $200 million.

Walgreens pays California store managers a salary, but they say they mostly do non-managerial tasks like cashiering, stocking shelves, and pharmacy. That means they are owed overtime, money for missed meal and rest breaks, etc. It could all add up to $193,000,000, based on data Walgreens has provided

We represent more than 100 California Walgreens store managers who wisely opted-out of the Caves class action settlement to seek a better than class action result. Based on detailed data fro our clients we know that the average store manager, who has worked for Walgreens since 2014, has a claim for about $200,000. Login to work with us and help us prosecute your claims. 

Numerous store managers have already sued.

We represent more than 100 California store managers. Here's the complaint with the first 50.

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