Chipotle is being forced to pay a former manager nearly $8 million after she was accused of stealing $626 and fired.
The ex-manager’s lawyers argued she was unfairly fired and accused of theft after taking medical leave due to a work-related injury.
The manager had been making $70,000 a year at the burrito chain prior to her termination.
Chipotle is being forced to pay a former manager $8 million after she was fired from the chain following accusations of theft.
In 2015, Jeanette Ortiz was fired as a general manager at a Fresno, California Chipotle after working for the chain for 14 years, The Fresno Bee reports. Ortiz was accused of stealing $626 in cash from the restaurant’s safe, with Chipotle superiors claiming to have viewed video footage that implicated her. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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