" . . . The five former employees alleged, among other claims, that they had been forced to work 10-hour days without overtime pay, and were denied sick leave. Their accusations led to an investigation of the restaurant by the city’s Office of Labor Standards Enforcement and the state Bureau of Field Enforcement, which found that La Taqueria had violated state and city laws pertaining to overtime pay, and that it failed to provide healthcare for its employees. There were also paid sick leave violations and inaccuracies in the employees’ paychecks. . .