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Subway franchise owners must pay workers nearly $1M - and also sell or close their stores

  • Owners of 14 Subway locations near San Francisco were ordered to pay $1 million and sell or shut down their businesses after federal investigations revealed child labor violations and employee mistreatment.
  • The franchise owners, John and Jessica Meza, were found guilty of directing children as young as 14 to operate dangerous machinery, violating work hour regulations, and failing to pay employees regularly.
  • The Department of Labor will receive the proceeds from the sale of the businesses, which were found to have issued hundreds of bad checks and illegally kept customer tips.
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