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FoodChipotle Is Being Sued in New York, Faces Big Fines

09:05  12 september  2019
09:05  12 september  2019 Source:   eater.com

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New York City is suing Chipotle for illegal labor practices. Chipotle , in a statement to the Daily News, said that it ’s working with the city and “believe the filing of charges was unnecessary.” But the list faced some criticism over disclosures; it initially published without acknowledging that an Austin

Eater New York reports New York City has filed a lawsuit against burrito chain Chipotle — alleging that the fast-casual company is breaking New York City labor laws.

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Two years ago, New York City implemented a law that requires employers to give staff advance notice of their work schedules by two weeks. The law was intended to give retail and fast food workers more stability.

But Chipotle has allegedly violated this law at five Chipotles in Brooklyn, with more than 30 employees, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office. The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection is also investigating another 11 locations in Manhattan for violations. The city seeks $1 million in penalties, including restitution for employees. Chipotle, in a statement to the Daily News, said that it’s working with the city and “believe[s] the filing of charges was unnecessary.”

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The fines would be the highest ever levied against a telecommunications company by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. ''It's unusual in that extent, that we had so many facilities not in compliance.'' He said agency inspectors had made 26 unannounced visits to New York Telephone

It’s the first time that a fast-food chain has been sued under the new Fair Workweek Law.

The first Chipotle was founded at the intersection of East Evans Avenue and South Gilpin Street near the University of Denver in 1993. The corporate headquarters remained based in Denver until March of 2018, when the company announced they would be relocated to Newport Beach, California, ending a 25-year run in Denver.

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