A Florida company that operates roughly 15 Domino’s pizza franchises is the defendant in a proposed class action that alleges it failed to reimburse delivery drivers for reasonable approximate costs for using their vehicles to deliver food to customers. The lawsuit claims defendant South Florida Pizza, LLC should be on the hook for unpaid wages resulting from the flawed method used by the company to determine drivers’ reimbursement rates. Specifically, the case claims the defendant’s reimbursement method is flawed to the extent that drivers are compensated at “an unreasonably low rate beneath any reasonable approximation of the expenses they incur,” resulting in the workers’ net pay falling below the federal minimum benchmark.
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