Huddle House franchisees were fined and required to pay back wages after the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour division found “significant” violations of labor laws while investigating those restaurants as part of a multiyear enforcement initiative in Georgia, the government agency said. The agency said it also investigated and found violations at Huddle House restaurants in Missouri and West Virginia. Twenty-five franchised units in Georgia, Missouri and West ...
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