Two former McDonald's store managers have come forward to admit making staff work without pay.
The former managers said they felt pressure from corporate to cut labor costs, so they engaged in some illegal practices, such as asking employees to clock out and continue working.
They came forward on behalf of Fast Food Forward, an advocacy group fighting for better pay and working conditions for fast food employees. The group has received funding from the Service Employees International Union.
"I, on several occasions, had employees come and work either before their shift or stay after their shift," Kwanza Brooks, a former McDonald's manager for 10 years in Maryland and North Carolina, said in a video produced by Fast Food Forward. "I have had employees literally clock out to work because they were either going into overtime or labor [costs were] getting extremely high." Full story...