Aramark Stiffed Workers Of Pay, School Cook Says

By Daniela Porat (May 11, 2021, 5:03 PM EDT) -- Food services giant Aramark was hit with proposed collective and class actions in New York federal court from a school cook who claims the company forced her to work off the clock and discriminated against her for having autoimmune issues.

On Monday, Jessica Serrano sued Aramark Campus LLC, claiming the company violated the Fair Labor Standards Act as well as New York human rights and labor laws for routinely engaging in "time-shaving" practices to deprive her and other cooks of pay and for denying her disability accommodations, according to a complaint.

Aramark's "time-shaving policies and failure to pay employees for all compensable hours worked...

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