A national pizzeria chain can be deeply troublesome over its demand for employees to buy uniforms for work.
Uno Pizzeria & Grill is facing a trial in Syracuse, New York, on charges that illegally forced their employees to buy mandatory uniforms of $ 5 to $ 25 per shirt, hat or jacket, Syracuse.com reported on Monday.
The suit, which seeks class activity status on behalf of workers at all 13 Uno locations throughout the country, asks that a judge stop the exercise and order the pizza chain to replace employees for the uniforms according to the article.
A complainant who worked as a bartender for 14 years paid up to $ 360 a year on uniforms, according to suit.
"Because of the spills, stains and scents associated with his work, (the worker) had to buy about 1