Hooters Employees in California Sue Over Labor Law Violations

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Eight former Hooters employees have filed a class action against the owners and senior managers of the Dublin, San Francisco, Campbell and Fremont franchises, alleging numerous employment law violations.

Specifically, the "Hooters Girls" allege that they were not given rest and meal breaks during their shifts; that they had to buy their own trademark hot pants, T-shirt and pantyhose uniforms from the restaurants; that they had to pay or face discipline for cash shortages or customer walkouts; and that they weren't paid for work at special events.

The damages sought in the suit will depend on the number of employees who join the class action.

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