McDonald’s employees have sued several franchisees as well as McDonald’s Corp. and McDonald’s USA in seven separate cases alleging the brand of “systematically stealing wages” by failing to pay overtime or asking crew members to work off the clock, among other claims. All seven lawsuits, including four in California, two in Michigan and one in New York, are seeking class certification or collective-action certification. Five of the suits name McDonald’s ...
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