OGUNQUIT, Maine (AP) - A Maine bakery pays nearly $95,000 in fines over its use and hiring of foreign workers.
The Portland Press Herald studies Bread and Roses Bakery Inc., in Ogunquit, reached the settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor to pay $73,115 in again wages and $21,052 in consequences. The federal company says the bakery marketed decrease salary ranges for American workers after which paid brief foreign workers employed below the H-2B visa at the next salary fee.
The division says the bakery additionally did not pay prevailing wages to 9 workers.
Owner Mary Breen says she doesn’t consider the findings, however says it was once more economical to settle quite than litigate. She added that she feels the federal government must have extra essential issues to do.
Information from: Portland Press Herald, http://www.pressherald.com