Servers and other tipped restaurant workers have sued P.F. Chang’s in federal court, claiming the casual Asian restaurant chain didn’t pay them what was required by wage laws.Continue Reading →
Workers at Delmonico’s Italian Steakhouse claim management circumvented minimum wage laws by forcing tipped workers to complete a significant amount of cleaning and food prep without compensating them properly.Continue Reading →
Cuomo signs antidiscrimination legislation aimed at protecting womenContinue Reading →
Ageism in U.S. workplace: a persistent problem unlikely to go away.Continue Reading →
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A New York City law firm says it has filed a class action lawsuit accusing the Syracuse-based Dinosaur Bar-B-Que chain of failing to pay its tipped workers fair wages.Continue Reading →
A New York federal judge on Tuesday granted conditional certification to a 42,000-worker nationwide class of tipped TGI Friday’s employees in a collective action alleging they had to perform underpaid side work in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
A strip-club owner is getting sued for grabbing his dancer’s tips for himself.
Two ex-strippers at Cheetah’s Gentlemen’s Club & Restaurant in Times Square slapped Sam Zherka – who is already under indictment for lying on a loan application – with a class-action lawsuit in Manhattan federal court on Friday, claiming he denied his dancers legal wages.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. must turn over attorney-client communications because it did not meet a “good-faith” compliance requirement under federal labor law, a New York federal magistrate judge ruled on Thursday in a collective action brought by employees who allege the chain misclassified them as overtime-exempt executives.Continue Reading →