Domino's Pizza Facing Employment Class Action By New York AG

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New York, NY: Domino's is facing an employment lawsuit filed by New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman, alleging the pizza chain is deliberately underpaying it workers at least $565,000 at 10 stores in New York and is in violation of New York employment law.

The suit names Domino' Pizza Inc., Domino' Pizza LLC and Domino' Pizza Franchising LLC (collectively, Domino'), as defendants and claims to have discovered that Domino' headquarters was intensely involved in store operations, and even caused many of the employment violations. Therefore, they should be liable for underpaid wages at franchises.

Schneiderman seeks a finding that Domino' is a joint employer, an accounting to determine full restitution amount owed to employees, a finding that Domino' defrauded its franchises and therefore violated state franchise law, and the placement of a monitor that will ensure future compliance.

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