US fast-food giant McDonald’s has agreed to pay US$3.75 million to settle a labour dispute with workers at a California franchise, according to court documents seen on Tuesday (Nov 1) by AFP.
If approved by a federal judge, the agreement is the first time McDonald’s has reached a deal with employees of a franchise.
The deal would resolve a class action lawsuit filed in San Francisco two years ago. Under the plan, McDonald’s Corporation will pay US$1.75 million to the employees and US$2 million in court costs.
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