Out Front at Outback: Worker Center Partnership in Action in Iowa

May 27, 2014

Earlier this month, 80 people crowded into the entrance of an Outback Steakhouse in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and asked to see the manager. Instead of a table reservation, they were there to demand $2,300 in unpaid wages that Kossiwa Agbenowossi, a mother of five children, says she is owed by the restaurant’s cleaning contractor for overnight work she had performed cleaning the restaurant. 

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