October 5, 2012

In-N-Out Burger sued for race discrimination in hiring

A class action lawsuit was filed in California alleging that the popular In-N-Out burger chain discriminates against people of color. The lawsuit claims that certain individuals are being discriminated against by their age, race and or color. The action was brought by two African American men over the age of 40. The complaint states that one applied for a job in Oakland California in June. In August he was told he didn’t get the job. […]
August 10, 2012

Burger King employees fired for picture of feet in lettuce

A picture of an employee with his feet in lettuce bins at a Burger King in Mayfield Heights, Ohio recently showed up on the internet and on Facebook. As a result of the incident, the franchisee took immediate action by investigating the situation and terminated the three employees involved. The Burger King location in which it happened was an independently owned and operated by a Burger King franchisee. Food safety is a major priority at […]