Sheraton Niagara Falls hotel hit by pay and tip suit

By Joyce Hanson (January 18, 2022, 8:53 PM EST) – Two former hourly employees of the Sheraton Niagara Falls Hotel have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against the hospitality venue in federal court in Western New York, claiming that the companies that control the hotel failed to pay them the appropriate minimum wage or tip them appropriately.

Plaintiffs named Doris Green and Christina Casero and the proposed class filed their lawsuit Friday against Sheraton LLC and NFNY Hotel Management LLC, claiming they failed to provide accurate and detailed salary statements as required by government law. work from New York, to employees who worked on an hourly basis, including waiters, waiters, bartenders, room service attendants and others…

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