A McDonald & # 39 ;s franchisee in Los Angeles has been fined more than $ 125,000 after being accused of reprisals against employees who reported COVID-19 workplace safety violations. California for firing four workers from Marengo Street, Los Angeles restaurant to report concerns about being exposed to COVID-19, the California Department of Labor Relations reported in a statement on Wednesday.
Workers reported their concerns about precarious working conditions. to R&B Sanchez, as well as the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health and the Los Angeles County Health Department and participated in strikes before receiving letters of resignation, the department said.
The Commissioner issued a total fine of $ 1
More insurance and work compensation news on coronavirus crisis here .