A putative class action filed in New Jersey federal court claims The Home Depot Inc. avoided paying overtime by giving compensatory time off to delivery drivers after weeks in which they exceeded 40 hours—a practice that contravenes federal and state law, according to the suit.

The suit, filed July 2 in the U.S, District Court of the District of New Jersey, claims Home Depot’s “conduct in failing to pay [drivers] properly was and is willful and was not based upon any reasonable interpretation of the law.”

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