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Labor Commissioner Fines Fast-Food Store Owners $126K for Alleged Retaliation

Friday, February 19, 2021 | 965 | 1 | 174 min read

A McDonald’s franchise owner in Los Angeles has been fined $126,000 for alleged workplace retaliation, according to the Department of Industrial Relations. Investigators from the Labor Commissioner’s office determined that the fast-food franchisee illegally fired four employees for reporting unsafe workplace conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the DIR. The four employees, who worked at the Marengo Street location, filed complaints with the state last September. The workers told their employer, R&B Sanchez Inc., the California Division of Occupational Sa...

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