Pizza Co. To Pay $130K In Back Wages To H-1B Worker

By Matthew Guarnaccia (November 3, 2017, 7:55 PM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania pizza restaurant and its owner will pay more than $130,000 in back wages to end a U.S. Department of Labor proceeding over its alleged failure to properly compensate an employee working on an H-1B visa, agency documents made public Friday said. 

In an agreement with the DOL Wage and Hour Division, SRV Pizza Inc. and its president, Sunil Singh, are jointly responsible for paying $130,629 to H-1B visa holder Subhash Tehlan without admitting to or denying allegations leveled by the agency. The consent findings, approved Oct. 25 by Associate Chief Administrative Law Judge William S. Colwell, stemmed from a...

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