Yet another reason I can imagine myself standing outside a Chipotle in the wee hrs. balancing a brickChipotle is again making headlines for the wrong reasons. After an outbreak of foodborne illnesses in 2015, the fast-food chain now has been hit with a lawsuit from almost 10,000 current and past workers.
According to CNNMoney, workers claim the company made them work extra hours without pay, often at closing time. In many of its locations, Chipotle has a system that automatically clocks workers out at 12:30 a.m., even if they have to keep working.
in my hand & staring at a plate-glass window.
Fucking parasites. Death by E. coli would be entirely too good an ending for them.Earlier in August, Chipotle shareholders filed a federal lawsuit against company executives for allegedly failing to put measures in place to prevent foodborne illnesses originating from the company’s restaurants. According to The Denver Post, that complaint “accuses Chipotle executives, its board members and managers of unjust enrichment and seeks compensation from Chipotle co-CEOs Steve Ells and Montgomery Moran.” In 2015, Ells and Moran earned close to $14 million each.