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After Federal Investigation, Houston Restaurant Ordered to Pay $100K In Back Wages

Don Carlos Mexican Restaurant wasn’t keeping track of overtime After an extensive investigation into its labor practices, Don Carlos Mexican Restaurants in Houston has been ordered to pay more than $100,000 in back wages to its employees. The United States Department of Labor issued a ruling that found that Don Carlos’ parent company DC Broadway Inc. failed to pay 24 employees $97,080 in overtime wages, KTRK reports.
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