The previous rule narrowed the likelihood of franchisors being involved in franchisee labor violation cases.
Plaintiffs claim they were set up to fail and not given the same chances as white peers.
The fast-food chain argues that the former CEO should be held responsible in court.
The company plans to distribute surveys and hold listening sessions with employees.
The complaint claims employees in Pennsylvania are rounding down change instead of giving the full amount.
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The National Restaurant Association is also warning of huge tax bills for struggling operators.
The plan includes several changes to the Paycheck Protection Program.