Pizza Supply Drivers Attain $250K Settlement With Domino’s Pizza Franchises for Wage Violations

A federal decide has authorized a $250,000 settlement between Domino’s franchise homeowners in Maine and Connecticut and its staff for allegations of wage violations and failure to reimburse supply drivers for automobile upkeep prices.

The plaintiff, Connor Anderson, filed the category motion lawsuit in opposition to Group Prior Inc. and Lee Prior, who owns a number of franchise places in Maine and Connecticut. The defendants had been accused of violating the Honest Labor Requirements Act, the Connecticut Minimal Wage Act, and the Maine Minimal Wage Legislation by paying supply driver at or near minimal wage and requiring drivers to pay their very own supply bills, together with automobile upkeep, insurance coverage and put on and tear, in line with the court’s Oct. 28 order for closing approval of the settlement.