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Gooden v. Dolgencorp and Thomas v. Dolgencorp (D. SC 2012)

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More Store Managers Found to Meet Executive Exemption

Franczek Radelet P.C • April 16, 2012
On April 3, 2012, a federal district court in South Carolina determined that two Dollar General store managers met the executive exemption from overtime pay under the FLSA. Gooden v. Dolgencorp and Thomas v. Dolgencorp. Granting summary judgment to Dolgencorp, the court held that Gooden’s and Thomas’s primary duties were managerial in nature based upon the facts in these cases.

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