Dick's Drive-In president says most claims against Seattle locations are 'without merit'

After five Dick’s Drive-In employees filed complaints, President Jasmine Donovan said the company took immediate action.

SEATTLE — The president of Dick’s Drive-In Restaurants said most claims made against two of its Seattle locations were found to be “demonstrably without merit.”

Earlier in March, five employees from the company’s Capitol Hill and Queen Anne locations filed health and safety complaints with the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. Those complaints made allegations of workplace issues, including poor sanitation practices and an alleged failure to comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines. 

President Jasmine Donovan posted on Facebook the company investigated the claims. Of those, some

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