Long Island Domino's Pizza chains accused of slighting workers

According to State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, some Domino's franchises paid deliverymen as little as $5.00 an hour. (3/27/14)

WOODBURY - State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says Domino's Pizza franchises cheated Long Island workers out of their pay.

According to Schneiderman, some Domino's franchises paid delivery people as little as $5.00 an hour. In addition, some workers weren't fully reimbursed for using their own cars and bikes.

Schneiderman announced $448,000 in settlements with 23 Domino's locations.

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The chains include five restaurants in Nassau, six in Suffolk, along with restaurants in the city and upstate New York.

Workers will receive between $200 and $2,000. 

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