“Basically, Jordan’s system required the employees to pay for their own hourly labor. And then once they had earned sufficient draw to cover that time, which Jordan’s would take out of their earned commissions, Jordan’s would pay them whatever commissions were left,” Sutton’s counsel, Brant Casavant, of Fair Work in Boston, explained to the justices Oct. 4.


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