Teens used meat slicer at Schlotzsky’s deli in Tennessee, feds say. Restaurant cited


An investigation into a 16-year-old employee’s thumb injury led to child labor law violations filed against Schlotzsky’s deli in Memphis, Tennessee, federal authorities said.

The restaurant allowed six 16- and 17-year-old workers to clean and use a deli meat slicer regularly, which is prohibited under federal child labor law, according to a June 23 news release by the U.S. Department of Labor.

The employer was cited for several more child labor violations, including allowing two…



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