Decatur Diner Employees Tell Hispanic Newspaper They Aren’t Being PaidDecatur Metro | October 24, 2011 | 12:36 pm
LooneyMooney points to this extensive article about business practices at Decatur Diner from Atlanta’s Hispanic news source, Mundo Hispanico today. Here’s a blurb that’s been translated by Google Translate…
Workers say a restaurant for over two months without receiving their wages.
At least 10 Diner Decatur Hispanic workers say this restaurant is not been paid in five weeks.
In addition, most of them claim that their employer paid six dollars an hour, when the minimum wage by law is 7.50.
These workers MundoHispánico told the restaurant owners have promised to pay off your debt on several occasions but that such agreements are only promises.
If anyone wants to provide a better translation, they’re welcome to.
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