“Hellish” Shifts at Café de Coral
Employees at a Café de Coral branch at the airport have allegedly been made to work inhumane hours. In one case,
adding up to 35 hours of work with a five-hour break in between. The fast food chain has noted that this is against its regulations and that it’ll look into the issue. upon inspection by authorities, instead of the version with their actual shifts. The Labor Department is investigating.
The next time you see a sullen Café de Coral server, cut ‘em some slack.
an employee worked from 8am to 12am on one day and 5am to 12am the next, Employees working what they describe as “hellish” shifts have been said to spend their nights in a storage facility at the airport instead of going home. Café de Coral has reportedly instructed its staff to produce a version of their roster that specifies nine-hour shifts Our take: