Pizza drivers, are you tired of being cheated?
Are your delivery reimbursements enough to even pay for your gas? Do they pay for vehicle parts, fluids, repairs, maintenance, insurance, depreciation, wear and tear, licensing and registration costs that you pay out of your own pocket to deliver pizzas?
THE LAW: Pizza shops must fully reimburse you for all costs of driving on the job if any unreimbursed costs cause your net wages to fall below the minimum (hourly wage paid – unreimbursed vehicle expenses = less than minimum wage).
Does your pizza shop pay you at least the full minimum wage of at least $7.25 per hour or higher, depending on the state where you work, for all time you work in the stop?
THE LAW: Pizza shops must pay you at least the full minimum wage of between $7.25 and $9.47 per hour for all time you spend in the pizza shop, if you spend at least 20% of your shifts in the pizza shop.
Does your pizza shop provide you at least the full tipped minimum wage for all time you spend making deliveries?
THE LAW: In many states which permit tipped minimum wages, pizza shops must pay you at least the state tipped minimum wage of between $2.13 per hour and $7.75 for all time you spend delivering pizzas.
We have filed lawsuits on behalf of tens of thousands of pizza drivers around the nation based on these basic violations.
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