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Eric Suher, Iron Horse ordered to pay $100,000 over labor law violations by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey

Eric Suher and his Iron Horse Entertainment Group have been cited $100,000 over labor law violation complaints filed with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office. More than two dozen workers accused Suher of a series of violations, including: splitting work weeks among his different businesses to avoid paying overtime when employees worked more than 40 hours; not offering sick time; not granting breaks but deducting time from pay; and routinely being late with paychecks that he insisted on handing out in person.
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