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The Minimum Wage Battle Heats Up In NY

Credit Chang W. Lee/The New York Times

June 18, 2015– The Minimum wage battle heated up this week in New York as Fast Food workers filled an auditorium on New York University’s campus to testify before a panel appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo to examine the wage issue. This hearing comes on the heals […]

McDonald’s Workers Stage Protests In Spite of Voluntary Pay Increases

The center of the wage controversy

May 7, 2015– Earlier this year McDonald’s Corporation announced it would be voluntarily raising its base pay to $9.90 an hour. This figure exceeds the current Federal and State minimum wage requirements. While the fast food giant’s compensation also exceeds the base pay for numbers of large employers […]

Papa John’s Drivers Win Wage Claims Against Franchisee

(Huffington Post)

March 12, 2014– When customers of Papa John’s Pizza Franchise, in New York City, were charged a mandatory $1.50 “service fee” they were, falsely, led to believe this was a tip for the delivery driver; however, it was kept, entirely, by the franchisee employer. At least, this was among the allegations of […]

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