At the Golden Corral in Mason, servers discovered their manager was shaving hours from their weekly time cards to keep the restaurant’s costs down.
2015 is the sixth year that CIW has come to the Kroger shareholder meeting in Cincinnati asking the company to join the Fair Food Program and uphold the program’s high ethical standards in the US tomato supply chain.
Kroger shareholders gathered at Cincinnati’s Music Hall on June 25. As in years past, the Coaltion of Immokalee […]
Cincinnati employers paid $3.7 million in back wages to their employees over the last 6 years for violations of federal wage laws.
Stock buybacks enrich CEOs and shareholders but deny taxpayers and employees their fair share of profits and stifle innovation and job creation, according a study by William Lazonick, a professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and 2014 HBR McKinsey award winner.
John Oliver, the host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, examines the links in the supply […]
In New York where the entry-level fast food workers earn $16,920 per year, the governor has convened a wage board to evaluate whether fast-food workers are adequately paid. In Hamilton County, fast-food workers average about $12,150 per year, but the governor is bound by the minimum wage rates set out in the Ohio Constitution.