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Workers Suing Capital Grille

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capital-grille-darden-lawsuit-eater.jpgIn federal court in Chicago today, a restaurant workers group said it was suing the Darden company, specifically The Capital Grille steakhouse chain, for racial discrimination and violations of state and federal labor laws. In addition to accusing Darden of discrimination in the distribution of positions at the restaurants, the workers group claims that "Capital Grille forced employees to work without pay, did not provide rest breaks to workers, and forced tipped employees to share their tips with non-tipped workers." [Reuters via Eater National]

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