June 27, 2018 - Posts

Server Brings Collective Action Lawsuit Against Georgia-Based Johnny’s Pizza

The suit against the franchise company, which is filed on behalf of all Johnny’s Pizza servers in Georgia, alleges that Johnny’s Pizza requires servers to share the tips they earn with dishwashers and others who are paid above the federally mandated $7.25-per-hour minimum wage. The lawsuit also claims that Johnny’s Pizza servers are required to perform non-tip producing work, such as side-work, more than 20 percent of their day. As a result, the lawsuit contends, Johnny’s Pizza has violated the Fair Labor Standards Act, according to the press release. The suit allegations violations occurred at the Newnan location.


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