Dominos Franchises Asked to Pay Nearly $500,000 in Restitution to Underpaid Employees
Three dominos franchises, situated in New York, have been asked to pay around $500,000 in restitution to the underpaid employees.
The Attorney General of New York, Eric Schneiderman, announced on Thursday that three dominos restaurant, owner by Shueb Ahmed, Anthony Maestri Matthew Denman are held for the compensation. They have to pay $480,000; $150,000, $240,000 and $90,000, respectively.
Lawyer of Shued Ahmed, Martin Luther, however, explained that it all must have happened because of some ‘miscalculation’ and denied of any intentional forgery.
It has been said that in 2014 a similar announcement was made against McDonald’s franchisees and the restaurants had to pay the asked amount.