For Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., an ongoing and far-reaching investigation into the company’s hiring practices started three years ago in Minnesota. That’s where a 2010 audit of some of the chain’s restaurants by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency first raised questions about the validity of immigration documents on file proving work eligibility. At the time, Chipotle let go 450 workers — almost half of its Minnesota workforce — because the ...
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