Burger Chain Burned Workers On OT, Meal Breaks: Suit

Law360, New York (October 12, 2011, 6:52 PM EDT) -- Employees of burger chain Habit Burger Grill on Tuesday hit the company with a class action in California court, claiming it had failed to pay overtime wages, provide second meal periods and pay wages upon termination in a timely manner.

A class of up to 200 current and former managers contends Habit failed to pay them either minimum or overtime wages for time spent traveling between restaurants to pick up and deliver supplies outside scheduled working hours, in violation of California's Labor Code.

In addition, Habit,...
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