NEW YORK — Two supermarkets in Brooklyn have agreed to pay back wages to employees totaling $1.125 million after a state investigation found they did not pay some workers at all and paid others less than minimum wage. The Association Supermarket and the Pioneer Supermarket (formerly a C-Town Supermarket) did not pay their baggers, leaving them to rely solely on tips for income, according to a statement issued by the New York State Attorney General’s Office. In addition, delivery workers ...

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