SAN FRANCISCO (KRON)—The Burma Superstar restaurants attorney released a statement Wednesday about three employees suing the chain for unfair wages.
The attorney for the restaurants located in Alameda, San Francisco and Oakland says they have always
“The owners value their team as an extension of their family, and strive to treat everyone with the utmost respect, providing good wages and excellent benefits – well beyond what is required by federal, state and city laws,” the attorney said in a statement.
The class-action lawsuit also claims workers were denied breaks, sick leave and overtime pay.
Several agencies are representing the workers including The Asian Law Caucus, Centro Legal de la Raza and the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center.