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This action alleges that Defendant WORLDPAC, Inc. (“Defendant”), engaged in unlawful conduct by: (1) taking improper deductions from the wages of Plaintiff, and proposed class members, in violation of California Labor Code section 221; (2) failing to provide Plaintiff, and proposed class members, with accurate itemized wage statements, in violation of California Labor Code section 226; (3) failing to provide Plaintiff, and proposed class members, with rest periods or provide separate compensation for missed rest periods, in violation of California Labor Code sections 201-204 and 226.7; (4) failing to pay Plaintiff, and proposed class members, regular and overtime wages for all hours worked, including for all non-productive time, in violation of California Labor Code sections 201-204, 510, and 1194; (5) failing to pay Plaintiff, and proposed class members, all commissions owed in violation of California Labor Code sections 201-204; and (6) failing to provide Plaintiff, and proposed class members, a signed contract setting forth the contemplated method of payment of commissions, or provide a signed receipt of the contract, in violation of California Labor Code section 2751. These failures further constitute unfair business practices, in violation of California Business and Professions Code section 17200, et. seq., and violations of California Labor Code section 2698, et. seq., the Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 (“the PAGA”), through which Plaintiff seeks civil penalties.

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