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Jimmy John's overreaches with non-compete clause

Jimmy John's sandwich shops in New York and the rest of the U.S. are facing criticism for including within their job applications a non-competition clause. While non-compete agreements are common with upper-level employees and managers, Jimmy John's reportedly requires even delivery drivers and hourly-wage employees to agree to the restriction.

New York intern sues CBS over unpaid internship

A class action lawsuit has been filed by an unpaid intern with CBS "Late Show With David Letterman" on behalf of unpaid interns employed by the company over six years. The plaintiff alleges that the companies minimized labor costs by giving work to unpaid interns that would have otherwise gone to paid employees. The lawsuit claims that CBS and Letterman's production company violated overtime and minimum wage laws. It seeks back pay, overtime pay, interest and attorney fees.

New York suit puts McDonald's under further scrutiny

The National Labor Relations Board ruled on July 29 that McDonald's could be named as a joint employer. This would potentially bring the company under closer scrutiny with regard to its labor practices. In March, employees of the company from three different states filed lawsuits alleging that the company used software to control labor costs. If costs were too high at any given point, employees were told to wait before clocking in.

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