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Boss of the Year

In the first criminal case of its kind in California, a Thai restaurant owner was sentenced Monday to two years in prison for grand theft of labor for refusing to pay her employees, taking their tips and charging them $5 “glass breakage” fees every shift to offset her operating costs.

SAN DIEGO – In the first criminal case of its kind in California, a Thai restaurant owner was sentenced Monday to two years in prison for grand theft of labor for refusing to pay her employees, taking their tips and charging them $5 “glass breakage” fees every shift to offset her operating costs.

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