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A West Village sushi restaurant is publicly shaming a former employee.
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"Nothing about these restaurants is legal."
Sure, the burrito brand is sponsoring screenings, but the movie's creators are still critical of its policies.
The Thai restaurant's employees were paid as little as $2.08 an hour.
Two companies go under, one thanks to labor and one thanks to general economic malaise.
A former hostess describes a vulgar, threatening workplace.
We’re sure there’s a “rabbi walks into a cafeteria” joke in here…
Four employees settle with Bill Telepan in a dispute over pooled tips.
Inspired by their California counterparts, Starbucks baristas in New York are suing for the right to keep their tips.
Restaurant workers want a law to protect them from skinflint managers.
Colors is on the rebound, but what happened to that pesky lawsuit?