Jollibee Restaurants – Unpaid Scheduling Premium and Late-Paid Wages

Kessler Matura P.C. and co-counsel have filed a class action lawsuit which alleges current and former Jollibee employees in New York City were not paid on time. Under New York State law, restaurant workers must be paid within seven days after the end of the workweek. Jollibee, however, paid its employees every other week in violation of the New York Labor Law.

The complaint also alleges that Jollibee failed to give fast-food workers their schedules on time and did not provide the scheduling premium pay required by New York City. As a result, we allege that New York City Jollibee’s fast-food workers are owed considerable unpaid wages.

Click here to view a copy of the complaint.

If you worked at Jollibee, and you wish to join the case, or have any other questions regarding your workplace rights, please contact Troy L. Kessler, Tana Forrester, or Garrett Kaske.