The burrito chain shuttered the Augusta, Maine, location before workers had a chance to vote on unionizing.
“We set out to show that our generation can make substantial change in this world," an 18-year-old employee said.
The fast-food giant is also encouraging its franchisees — which make up 95% of its restaurant base — to boost pay.
The fast food company was accused in federal court of serving adulterated food to diners that caused diarrhea, vomiting and abdominal cramps.
The company is facing a flood of arbitration cases over alleged wage theft. A judge called the company's efforts to block them "unseemly."
The manager was filmed refusing to serve a group of black men. But there was additional backlash when one man's social media posts mentioned "dine and dash."
Social media posts surfaced suggesting that one of the customers had bragged about "dining and dashing."
A judge’s order shows the real-world effects of the court’s decision to let employers force workers to give up their right to class-action lawsuits.
The burrito chain has asked a court to exclude 2,814 workers from a massive wage theft lawsuit because they signed mandatory arbitration agreements.
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