The outcome of a class-action lawsuit alleging that Applebee’s International Inc. underpaid tipped employees who regularly performed hourly wage duties could change labor practices in the full-service segment, say those familiar with the case. Even as a U.S. magistrate judge in the Western District of Missouri recently ordered Applebee’s to attempt a mediated settlement with a plaintiff class that could top more than 42,000 current and former employees, the suit is ...

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