Posted by Doug Larsen on January 6, 2017
Chipotle has had some tough times. Most recently, Leah Caldwell, a customer sued the company for using a photograph of her eating at a restaurant in 2006 in its promotional materials. Moreover, an alcoholic beverage was photoshopped next to Ms. Caldwell's food. She was not aware of the photograph until 2014. Since then, she has seen the image in multiple markets. Ms. Caldwell is seeking $2,237,633,000, which is the amount of money she claims Chipotle made since the use of the photograph.
Posted by Doug Larsen on November 17, 2016
Don't forget that the salary minimum for exempt white collar positions -- managers, administrators and professionals -- increases on Thursday, December 1, 2016. The salary threshold will be $47,476 per year or $913 per week. If a manager, administrator or professional does not earn this minimum amount, in the form of a salary, then the employee is not exempt.