D.C. needs more middle-skill workers

While many Georgetown students could be unable to grasp the fact that there are jobs in D.C. other than at Deloitte and PwC, an analysis conducted by the National Skills Coalition says that the District has fewer middle-skill… Read More

Judge finds that Epicurean worker has right to seek compensation in civil case

The long-standing criminal case against Epicurean owner Chang Wook Chon reached a conclusion on April 29 during a hearing in which District Judge Robert L. Wilkins of the U.S. Attorney’s Office decided that plaintiff Marvin Hercules should have… Read More

Tackle Box pays $4,000 in back wages to workers after protest

Yesterday afternoon, a group of around 30 people congregated outside the doors of Tackle Box on M Street in solidarity with three workers who were owed a total of $4000 in unpaid wages by the owners of the… Read More

Students thank Leo’s workers for staying overtime during hurricane

Hoyas took a little time away from Halloween celebrations on Wednesday night to thank dining hall workers who ensured students had food amidst the Frankenstorm that reached its height on Tuesday afternoon. The dining hall remained open for… Read More

Epicurean sued for failure to pay workers’ overtime wages

Epicurean and Company is being sued for violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act and DC Minimum Wage Act. The lawsuit was filed on July 30 by three plaintiffs who worked overtime on several occasions without adequate compensation. Both… Read More