RUSSIA: Labour law and safety legislation violated at McDonald’s
"Certain violations of legislation on labour and on labour safety," have been uncovered in the Russian subsidiary of US fastfood giant McDonald's , according to a report by the Federal Labour Inspectorate. It is now facing a fine between 2,000 to 10,000 rubles. An investigation into the restaurant chain during November and December last year uncovered violations of labour contracts in terms of working hours, holiday allowances and safety in the workplace.
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