A Minnesota federal court has approved a $450,000 settlement between Regency Corp. and admissions representatives who say the chain of cosmetology schools subjected them to an unwritten policy requiring off-the-clock work. U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank approved the proposed settlement for class members. Regency will pay $450,000. All claims the school violated the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Minnesota’s FLSA will be dismissed. According to a joint stipulation filed in early December, five named Plaintiffs and 20 opt-in Plaintiffs will receive payments that range from $199.29 to $28,605.41.
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