Servers at Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, Red Lobster and other restaurants are suing the restaurant's parent company.
They claim that they weren't allowed to clock-in until customers arrived and had overtime pay withheld from them.
Specifically, they said they regularly worked over 40 hours a week but did not receive overtime compensation.
The lawsuit is against Darden Restaurants, and they're looking to get back pay, interest, their attorney's fees covered and other compensation.
The suit is a biiiiig one, representing current and former employees all the way back to August 2009.
The company has about 180,000 employees so this could be a pretty serious lawsuit.
As long as Olive Garden can keep the breadsticks coming, we don't care what happens.
Though they should pay out to their employees because that's not right or legal.
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