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Wage Violation No Grounds For Discharge Suit (access required)

Three textile employees fired for refusing to work for less than the minimum wage may not sue for wrongful discharge, the Court of Appeals ruled May 7. This is so, the court said, because the employees have an alternative avenue for relief under the state's Wage and Hour Act. The case is Amos v. Oakdale Knitting Co. ...

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