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Z & Y Restaurant to pay workers $1.61 million in back wages

Melanie Wong | Aug 17, 202108:57 PM    

“… Z & Y has agreed to pay 22 workers $1.61 million in a hefty wage theft settlement, including nearly $600,000 in tips that the workers say the restaurant withheld from them. The original complaint also alleged failure to pay minimum wage, overtime, sick leave and split-shift premiums from 2016 to 2019.

Z & Y denied any wrongdoing in the settlement. Faced with multiple citations from the Labor Commissioner’s Office and a separate lawsuit regarding tips, Z & Y owners Jun Yuan Zhang and Li Jun Han decided it would have been too expensive to defend themselves, according to their attorney Seth Weisburst...”

S.F.'s famed Z & Y Restaurant to pay workers 1.61 million following unpaid wage allegations

Chinatown destination Z & Y Restaurant is paying 1.61 million to 22 workers in a...

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