Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Chelyabinsk-based McDonald's violated workers' labor rights

The director of a Chelyabinsk-based McDonald's has been charged by public prosecution authorities for arrears of wages owed to five teenagers who worked at the cafe during the summer holidays.

An inspection showed that when the five underage workers resigned from their part-time jobs, the terms of wage-payment were violated, Ural Business Consulting reports.

The restaurant's director is being charged based on Article 5.27 (part 1) of the Russian Federation Administrative Offense Code. He has been ordered to pay the minors for the arrears of wages, to make the executives responsible for the offense face disciplinary action and to prevent future violations from occurring, according to Ural Business Consulting.