LOS ANGELES In an ongoing crackdown on labor violations, California's Economic and Employment Enforcement Coalition, or EEEC, has fined a local restaurant operator more than $130,000, citing mistreatment of workers for more than a decade, state officials said Thursday. Julio Cesar Cervantes, owner of El Bucanero, a seafood restaurant with two Los Angeles locations, was fined $10,000 for failing to carry workers’ compensation insurance and $85,750 for paying his 10 employees in cash ...
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