Markovits, Stock & DeMarco has filed a Class Action Complaint on behalf of pizza delivery drivers at twenty Dayton-area Domino’s Pizza restaurants.
In the Complaint, the Plaintiff-delivery driver alleges that the restaurant underpaid him and his co-workers for all the drivers’ costs that go into delivering food—costs like gas, car upkeep, insurance, and cell phones. In this driver’s case, he was only reimbursed $.90 per delivery, far below even the IRS’s reimbursement rate. Because the company paid the drivers at or below full minimum wage to begin with, the under-reimbursement dropped the workers below minimum wage.
The Plaintiff-delivery driver is seeking back wages and additional money on behalf of a proposed class that includes all delivery drivers at all Domino’s locations in the Dayton area who work or have worked during the last three years. Read the Class Action Complaint here: Class Action Complaint.
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