Papa John's faces probe in New York

Papa John's (PZZA) faces a probe in New York over whether or not it paid delivery workers less than minimal wage while performing duties inside stores.

Pizza delivery workers can be paid as little as $5.65 per hour if they are receiving at least $1.60 an hour in tips, but former Papa John's workers in New York claim they worked long store hours at the same rate.

Related: Fast-food worker wages in focus

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  • Jake2992
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    Typical conservative business owner
    18 Oct 2013, 08:40 AM Reply Like
  • Mattster
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    Now we know how they can afford Peyton Manning, by exploiting their workers
    18 Oct 2013, 09:24 AM Reply Like
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