Tour Buses 'Thumbed Nose' At Health Care Law, SF Says
Law360 (October 11, 2019, 2:54 PM EDT) -- San Francisco slapped the operators of the City Sightseeing tour bus service with a lawsuit claiming they refused to shell out health insurance payments for over 200 workers, violating a city law requiring employers to provide affordable health care.
City attorney Dennis J. Herrera said in the lawsuit filed Thursday in the San Francisco Superior Court that CS Global SF LLC violated the city's Health Care Security Ordinance by failing to make $640,781 in payments for its covered employees, as well as refusing to pay penalties ordered by the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement. SFTS LLC, Guest Service Solutions LLC and...
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