Department of Labor Cracks Down on Long Island Restaurants

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Department of Labor Cracks Down on Long Island Restaurants

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The United States Department of Labor is targeting Long Island restaurants, charging close to 100 restaurants on Long Island with minimum wage and overtime violations in the last year, according to a Newsday article dated February 24.  Chateau Briand, a Long Island catering hall recently agreed to pay $278,000 to settle contempt charges filed by the United States Department of Labor that alleged that Chateau Briand had failed to pay its workers overtime and minimum wage.

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