J.B. Robinson Jewelers Complaint - JB Robinson Misleading Company Representation
WALDORF, MARYLAND -- JB Robinson Waldorf Maryland Sale Lady with a very dark haired Asian selling her own jewelry while working. I was approach while buying a ring.
Then when I came home I was very surprise she called me at home when I did not gave her my phone number guess she must have gotten it from the computer data. Then the following day she called me again and ask if I am interested to buy her jewelry. Then start talking how bad her co-workers.
WASHINGTON -- The law firm of Cohen Milstein Hausfeld & Toll, PLLC, co-lead counsel for the plaintiffs, announced that it has filed a class action lawsuit in federal court in the Southern District of New York on March 18, 2008 on behalf of 15 current and former female employees of Sterling Jewelers, the nation's largest chain of jewelry stores. Sterling Jewelers was charged with committing widespread sex discrimination against its female retail sales employees. Sterling Jewelers operates more than 1300 stores located in shopping malls and centers in every state in the nation. The stores operate under at least 12 retail brand names, including Jared The Galleria of Jewelry, Kay Jewelers, Belden Jewelers, JB Robinson Jewelers, Marks & Morgan Jewelers, Weisfield Jewelers, Osterman Jewelers, Shaw's Jewelers, Rogers Jewelers, LeRoy's Jewelers, Goodman Jewelers and Friedlanders Jewelers. The suit was filed by 15 current and former female employees who have worked at stores located in New York, Florida, California, Texas, Indiana, Missouri, Massachusetts, Nevada and New Jersey. The suit claims Sterling Jewelers has engaged in a pattern or practice of sex discrimination by denying female retail sales employees equal opportunities to be promoted into and within management jobs, and by paying them less than men performing the same work, at the same levels, in the same stores and at the same time period. The suit seeks fundamental changes to Sterling's personnel policies, as well as awards of earnings and benefits lost because of discrimination and compensatory and punitive damages.
"While Sterling Jewelers sold more than $ 1 billion in jewelry last year, it failed to p