Sunday, March 02, 2008

McDonalds Japan faces lawsuit

McDonalds Japan which seems to understaff their restaurants to the extent that employees cannot take the time to practice proper hygiene, has been sued once again. No, not for selling out-of-date salads as fresh as they have been caught doing, no, not for someone getting sick after eating food prepared under unhygienic conditions, but for forcing their managers (who haven't real management authority) to work unpaid overtime.

According to a McDonald's labor union, the two men worked about 70 to 90 hours overtime a month on many occasions from December 2005, and sometimes worked more than 140 overtime hours a month. Story here.

Meanwhile, I await a reply to my complaint about the filthy McDonalds in Denenchofu Tokyo.

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