Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuit Filed On Behalf Of Hourly, Non-Exempt Employees Who Work/Worked In California Chipotle Restaurants 

On February 3, 2022, a class action lawsuit was filed against Chipotle Services LLC (“Chipotle”) and other defendants, as of yet unknown, in Superior Court of the State of California.

According to the complaint, the defendants implemented uniform policies and practices that deprived Plaintiffs and Class Members of earned wages, including minimum wages, straight time wages, overtime wages, premium wages, reporting time wages, lawful meal and/or rest breaks, reimbursement for necessary expenses, and timely payment of wages.

According to the complaint, hourly, non-exempt employees of Chipotle in California were harmed by the Chipotle defendants’ alleged policy of, among other things, time shaving hours worked; failing to accurately calculate all hours worked; requiring shift work in excess of five hours without a lawful meal period and, occasionally, more than 10 hours in a day without a second lawful meal period; requiring Plaintiff and Class Members to drive during work hours to other stores without reimbursement for mileage; and requiring Plaintiffs to launder and maintain their uniforms without proper reimbursement.

Chipotle Employees In California Who Believe They Have Been Harmed By Employer Wage And Hour Violations

Hourly, non-exempt Chipotle employees in California who believe they have been harmed by employer wage and hour violations are encouraged to contact Kehoe Law Firm, P.C., Michael Yarnoff, Esq., (215) 792-6676, Ext. 804, [email protected], [email protected] for a free, confidential consultation and no-obligation evaluation of potential legal claims.