Denny’s Incorporated has agreed to retrain all of its managers at its company-owned restaurants on the proper procedures for verifying that a new employee is eligible to work in the United States, announced the US Department of Justice (DOJ) April 12.

Pursuant to the settlement, Denny’s will retrain all of its company restaurant managers and post notices in all 1,700 company-owned restaurants regarding proper employment eligibility verification procedures to ensure fairness in applying the law and preserving jobs for all those who are legally eligible to work. Additionally, the company will pay $89,400 in civil penalties.

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