Former workers protest at Liberato Restaurant over unjust labor conditions, unfair pay

The workers teamed up with the Laundry Workers

The workers teamed up with the Laundry Workers Center to file a class-action lawsuit against the restaurant. (Credit: News 12)

Dozens of disgruntled former workers gathered outside the restaurant where they were once employed in protest of unjust labor conditions and unfair pay.

Former employees of the Liberato Restaurant in West Bronx allege that for many years they were paid less than minimum wage and subject to poor working conditions.

One worker says 45 hours of work came out to a $200 paycheck.


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