PHILADELPHIA Two former McDonald’s assistant managers have sued the company for allegedly violating federal labor laws by treating them as being exempt from overtime-pay requirements, according to their attorneys. The attorneys indicated that they are seeking to have the lawsuit certified as a class action on behalf of all assistant managers who have worked and undergone training at company-operated McDonald's units since July 18, 2005.McDonald's said in a statement issued to ...
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