Ruby Tuesday Inc. has agreed to pay $3 million to end a wage-and-hour collective action in New York federal court accusing the restaurant chain of forbidding more than 4,000 tipped employees from logging all of their hours into the company’s timekeeping system. The settlement will resolve claims that Ruby Tuesday violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) by implementing policies that discouraged overtime and ultimately forced 4,170 servers, bartenders and buspersons to work “off the clock,” according to a motion for settlement approval filed by the Plaintiffs.
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