McDonald's Strikes $26M Deal To End Wage Theft Class Action

Law360 (November 25, 2019, 11:39 AM EST) -- McDonald’s has agreed to pay $26 million to settle a class action alleging it underpaid thousands of workers at its corporate-run stores in California.

McDonald’s will pay $26 million to resolve a state court class action accusing the fast food giant of underpaying nonmanagerial workers in the Golden State.  (AP) The fast-food giant and a class of hourly employees asked a Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Friday to approve their agreement ending a suit accusing McDonald’s of imposing timekeeping practices that violated California labor law.

The class consists of all hourly nonmanagerial workers at corporate-owned McDonald’s restaurants in California dating...

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