Walmart has decided to put all its eggs in a really big basket.
Now that a judge has granted conditional class certification to a lawsuit claiming Walmart failed to compensate pharmacists for some time related to immunization training, the lead plaintiff is urging her former colleagues to join the litigation.
Walmart is blaming lower margins in its pharmacy business for holding down overall corporate profits.
The lawsuit gained new life recently when Guilford denied Walmart’s motion to dismiss it, ruling Nikmanesh had sufficiently addressed the factual allegation deficiencies in an amended complaint.
California pharmacist Afrouz Nikmanesh recently filed a class-action lawsuit against Walmart, alleging the retail giant cheated her and her colleagues out of work breaks and overtime pay.