March 28, 2012 12:00 AM
One of the signs held up by protestors read, “I don’t want to sneeze on your steak.” Another read, “$49 steak, no paid sick day?”
WCBS 880′s Marla Diamond reports
Kristen, a former Capitol Grille employee, says she often came to work sick.
“All the time,” Kristen explained to Diamond. I mean, we’ve had a stomach virus go through all the workers in the restaurant, and you know they’ll come in "
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