WASHINGTON, D.C. — On October 4, H.R. 3441, known as the Save Local Business Act, cleared the House Education and the Workforce Committee and will soon go before the entire House of Representatives for a full vote.
Filed Under: McDonald’s News – Lawsuits, Settlements, Information
LOS ANGELES — For the first time ever, McDonald’s agreed to settle wage and labor class action claims with franchise workers claiming the global fast food chain is a joint employer and should be held responsible for paying back unpaid overtime and other wages.
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge in California recently certified an unpaid overtime lawsuit by a group of former and current McDonald’s workers as class action. The ruling is a major victory for the workers seeking justice.
LOS ANGELES — McDonald’s employees brought a class action overtime wage claim in California state court in March of this year. The employees claim McDonald’s store managers altered time records by erasing employees’ hours worked, denied meal breaks, failed to pay overtime, and required off-the-clock work. In April, McDonald’s requested the case be removed to federal […]
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — McDonald’s employees are urging a Michigan federal court to grant conditional collective action certification for their lawsuits against the fast food restaurant giant. Two franchisees, one in each of the two lawsuits, are also named in the lawsuit. The employees claim McDonald’s and its franchisees failed to pay minimum wage and overtime […]
Even after a New York McDonald’s franchise owner settled a class action with his employees over unpaid wages, McDonald’s workers still have wage claims in three states. McDonald’s employees in California, Michigan and New York have filed separate cases against the company and some of its franchise owners for underpaying their employees. Employees have brought […]