A group representing restaurant workers on Tuesday filed a federal class-action lawsuit against Darden Restaurants Inc., parent to The Capital Grille steakhouse chain, claiming race discrimination and wage improprieties. Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United said in a statement that workers were “fed up over years of low pay and discrimination form profitable restaurant owners.” ROC said it was focusing its complaints against The Capital Grille units in Chicago, New York ...
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