Grocery workers suing supermarket for lost wages

Several grocery workers are suing the owner of a Brooklyn supermarket claiming they are owed thousands of dollars in wages.Workers were out protesting out of

BROOKLYN - Several grocery workers are suing the owner of a Brooklyn supermarket claiming they are owed thousands of dollars in wages.

Workers were out protesting out of Master Food Market in Flatbush yesterday. Former workers say the owner scheduled them to work 12-hour shifts for six days a week without paying overtime.

Protesters say the owners need to pay them a fair wage. The owner of the grocery store refused to comment on a pending lawsuit.

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