Do I really have to pay for that? Department of Labor Continues to Crack Down on Hospitality Industry


The Department of Labor is cracking down on employers allegedly failing to pay employee wages. Since 2009, the Department of Labor’s Columbia, South Carolina District Office has concluded more than 300 restaurant investigations, resulting in restaurants paying more than $2.5 million in back wages for more than 2,500 workers.

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