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Have You Been Financially Injured by Anti-Poaching Franchise Hiring Practices at McDonald’s? You May Have a Claim.

Recent major media reports and lawsuits have shined a light on how the economic interests of fast-food workers in all positions have been injured by corporate hiring practices that serve to enrich wealthy corporate interests on the backs of day-to-day workers. In particular, numerous franchise-based fast food corporations have reportedly forced illegal “no-poach” restrictions on franchises, making it more difficult for them to offer top wages to hire or recruit employees from other franchises.

This use of no-poach restrictions is an illegal antitrust practice that unfairly restricts employees from being paid market rates for their work, and helps contribute to the well-documented efforts by fast food corporations to pay employees less than a living wage for their work. If you have worked for McDonald’s now or in the past, and believe you may have been prevented from earning a higher wage due to anti-poaching practices, the class action attorneys of McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP may be able to help. At McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP our mission is to stop the illegal practice of using anti-poaching tactics to increase corporate profits and thereby help increase the ability of tens of thousands of hard-working employees to earn a living wage for their work. Contact McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP to learn more about what we can do for you.


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