Posted on Aug 27, 2020

The Perazzo Law Firm, P.A.

COVID AND RESTAURANT WORKERS

PALM BEACH: Two Florida restaurants skimped out on employee wages and have paid $115,000 in COVID-19 Work stoppage-related compensation.

U.S. Department of Labor Labor reported that the operators of two chicken wing restaurants based in Palm Beach failed to pay staff members during the temporary lock-down amid the coronavirus outbreak.

According to the Director of the Miami Wage and Hour Division, business owners are obliged by law to pay their employees any back wages to due during the temporary COVID-19 work stoppage.

The U.S. Department of Labor reports that the two wing restaurants settled with staff members and has paid $115,966 to 160 employees, which is calculated at $725 each.

BUSINESS INTERRUPTIONS INSURANCE CLAIMS AND COVID-19 RELATED CASES, CONTACT THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM NOW FOR EXPERT LEGAL ADVICE ON PERSONAL INJURY SITUATIONS IN MIAMI.

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