Long Island Diners Pay $159,000 to Settle Overtime and Minimum Wage Claims With Department of Labor

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Long Island Diners Pay $159,000 to Settle Overtime and Minimum Wage Claims With Department of Labor

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The United States Department of Labor has settled overtime and minimum wage claims against Carle Place Diner and On Parade Diner in Woodbury for a total of $159,288.  In cases filed this month in the Eastern District of New York, public settlements have been filed with Court.  The Carle Place Diner Consent Judgment was for $85,729, covering thirty-two workers.  The On Parade Consent Judgment was for $73,559, covering eighteen workers.

The Department of Labor’s complaints against the diners alleged that the restaurants failed to pay their restaurant workers the correct minimum wage (currently $7.25 per hour) and failed to pay employees overtime (time and a half pay) for hours they worked over forty in a week.

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