XL Parts

Store Managers have lodged demands against XL Auto Parts (XL Parts) for unpaid overtime. These Store Managers allege they worked in excess of 40 hours each week without receiving overtime pay.  These Store Managers further allege that although they were paid on a salary basis, they were still eligible for overtime because they did not supervise enough employee hours during the week to be considered exempt from overtime requirements. 

This is a collective action by Plaintiff and others similarly situated against his employers for unpaid overtime wages pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Ross • Scalise Employment Lawyers are still accepting new claims for XL Parts Store Managers from anywhere in the country who worked unpaid overtime in the past 3 years.


Charles Scalise


Jon D. Rankin

Type of Case

Unpaid Overtime


Am I eligible?

You may be eligible to make a claim if you worked as a Store Manager for The Parts House or XL Parts in the last 3 years and were not paid for all of the overtime hours you worked (over 40 hours/week). Please reach out to case manager Jon D. Rankin at (512) 379-5981 or jon@rosslawgroup.com to confirm if you are eligible.


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Case Updates
December 6, 2022

Store Managers Launch Demands for Overtime Pay from The Parts House and XL Parts

On August 25th, a former Store Manager and others similarly situated (“Plaintiffs”) filed a case against XL Auto Parts (The Parts House, XL Parts) for unpaid overtime wages.

Plaintiff, represented by Ross • Scalise Law Group, brought their claim individually and on behalf of similarly situated employees who worked as Store Managers for XL Auto Parts during the past three years. The Complaint alleges these Store Managers worked in excess of 40 hours each workweek, but were not paid overtime for their work, resulting in unpaid overtime wages.

Plaintiffs’ attorney, Charles Scalise of Ross • Scalise Law Group, explained that Plaintiff and other Store Managers typically worked near or in excess of 50 hours each workweek, and even though they were paid on a salary basis, they were not exempt from overtime pay. 

This Complaint was filed as a collective action by the private right of action conferred in 29 U.S.C. § 216(b). Plaintiffs seek damages for unpaid overtime, liquidated damages, and a reasonable attorney’s fee and costs.

Ross • Scalise Law Group is accepting as new clients current and former XL Auto Parts and/or The Parts House store managers from anywhere in the country who worked unpaid overtime hours in the past three years. For additional information about how to make a claim, visit www.rosslawgroup.com/xl-auto-parts.

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