Domino’s Workers Get Jobs Back After Protesting Unfair Wages

Twenty five Domino’s employees who were fired for calling out what they described as illegal labor conditions have been given their jobs back, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Thursday.

The delivery workers, who were employed by a franchise in New York City, were let go after complaining that they were still being paid the “tipped wage” of $5.65 per hour even though they were performing tasks, like kitchen cleaning, that should qualify them for the state’s minimum wage of $7.25. READ MORE HERE

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