Former Starbucks Manager Leads Canadian Class Action Suit Seeking Compensation For Unpaid Overtime


A former Starbucks Canada employee is suing the company for unpaid overtime for himself and other store managers.

Trevor Hopman is the lead plaintiff in a proposed class action that claims Starbucks was wrong to class store managers as exempt from overtime pay for work in excess of 44 hours per week.

Hopman worked for Starbucks in Toronto from 2010 through 2017 and is making the claim on behalf of all current and former managers at Starbucks-owned stores in Ontario from Oct. 1, 2014 or later.

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