The grocery chain's rule created a "chilling effect."
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The Justice Department says the chain will pay $355,000 and retrain employees.
A federal ruling says that parent companies are now responsible for franchise employees.
Stretching and swearing also make the list of 23 prohibited things.
They're also getting health benefits and shares in the business.
The company cuts costs with an "unwritten policy" of wage theft, workers claim.
Meanwhile, the city's minimum wage will most likely reach $15.22 per hour in five years.
They want executives and shareholders to know they have issues, too.
Workers outside the industry make almost twice as much.
"We have always listened to our guests and our community," said Blue Plate owner David Burley.
To help offset Minnesota's 75-cent-an-hour wage hike.
A federal agency has ruled the company shares responsibility for labor violations.
And for the first time, the NLRB may hold corporate responsible.
The chain has gone webcast-only.
Congratulations, fry guys.
There was nothing in the services contracts about passing on gratuities.
The minimum-wage debate rages on outside the home of the Dollar Menu.
"They all share a common purpose, to drive labor costs down by stealing wages from McDonald's workers."
Snarf's management is very sorry.