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Urban Outfitters Terrain Restaurant Wages Class Action Lawsuit – Unfair Payment To Servers And Bartenders

Urban Outfitters Does Not Pay Its Restaurant Servers And Bartenders Proper Wages, Connecticut Suit Alludes 

Urban Outfitters is being sued in a class action lawsuit by its employees for reportedly not paying them and other restaurant servers and bartenders the right wages after making them do unpaid side-work tasks and the like.  

Bridget Burke. V. Urban Outfitters

Filed in the Superior Court located in Connecticut, the Urban Outfitters Terrain Restaurant Wages Class Action Lawsuit wants Urban Outfitters to be held responsible for its misdeeds towards its employees. 

Bridget Burke, acting as the plaintiff in the case, argues that the fashion company violated the law in how it managed its servers and bartenders at its restaurant businesses known as Terrain. 

Burke claims that she was employed for around two years at the Westport Terrain location Urban Outfitters owns and manages. Paid at an hourly rate of $6.83, well below the mandated minimum wage of more than $10, the server claims that she was oftentimes asked to perform side-work. 

Side-work is the different responsibilities on the job that does not involve directly servicing restaurant-goers. In the complainant’s case, she and others were reportedly always got asked to conduct stock duties, general cleaning and upkeep of the premises, and the like. 

Because of the non-service tasks she was asked to do during her shift, Burke expected to get paid the minimum wage instead of the lower amount. Yet her employer still paid her the latter.

More Details About The Bridget Burke. V. Urban Outfitters Legal Case 

In the Urban Outfitters Terrain Restaurant Wages Class Action litigation, it is believed that Urban Outfitters not only failed to properly pay its restaurant servers and bartenders their right wages after making them perform non-service jobs, but it also did not follow the rules for tipped employees as dictated by the law. 

The complainant retorts that Urban Outfitters is not able to meet the expectations set by the law for her and others.

The fashion company is going to answer the lawsuit in a Connecticut court declaring that its actions didn’t transgress the protective provisions of the Minimum Wage Act.  

Editor’s Note on Urban Outfitters Terrain Restaurant Wages Class Action Lawsuit: 

This report aims to discuss the brief details surrounding the class action case brought up against Urban Outfitters by its former server. We also suggest you read the Walgreens 401K Settlement.

Case Name(s) & No.(s): Bridget Burke. V. Urban Outfitters; Case No.: 3:21-cv-01416

Jurisdiction: State of Connecticut Superior Court

Allegation(s): Terrain servers and bartenders are refused minimum wage compensation by Urban Outfitters amidst the added job workload required of them.        

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