“Hel­lish” Shifts at Café de Co­ral

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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:

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