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A new proposal would mandate time-and-a-half pay for salaried employees earning less than $57,500 as of 2026.
But the wage-hike plan from Lori Lightfoot would raise the city’s minimum pay to $15 an hour by July 2021.
Labor advocates have amplified their accusations that the chain tolerates sexual mistreatment. They’re also calling again for the franchisor to be treated as a joint employer.
Are you ready for the changes in federal overtime pay rules?
Sensitivity training will be stepped up, and the chain will look at other remedies such as upgrading its applicant screening.
All employees will have access to mental healthcare, financial tools and more beginning next year.
More salaried restaurant managers and supervisors would be entitled to time and a half under rules either adopted or under consideration in nine states, with New Jersey and Michigan joining the list yesterday.
The pizza concept is testing “Lyft for Late Nights” rides on Friday and Saturday nights at select units.
Eight-unit Table 301 is trying rent subsidies in Greenville, S.C.
Restaurant managers would need to earn 28% more than the new federal threshold to be ineligible for time-and-a-half pay.
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