Taco Bell Workers Say Franchisees Shorted Them In OT Pay

Law360 (July 22, 2020, 7:43 PM EDT) -- A group of companies that run Yum Brands Inc. franchises in a dozen states deny workers overtime by adjusting time clocks and misclassifying certain employees, according to a pair of proposed class actions lodged in Tennessee federal court on Tuesday.

Morristown, Tennessee-based Charter Foods Inc. and several related companies were hit on Tuesday with one lawsuit accusing the corporate family of failing to pay its restaurants' team members and shift leads for overtime by having management force them to clock out but keep working, or by actually changing the time clocks if employees fail to clock out.

The other suit says...

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