For Kylie Wright, a former manager of the Abilene Jack in the Box, the fast-food outlet’s abrupt closure has been more than an inconvenience.
“I’ve got car payments, rent, kids, child support, everything,” said the suddenly unemployed Wright, 21.
She and other workers haven’t received pay for their final week or so of work, Wright said.
The restaurant — and two other locations in Sweetwater and San Angelo — closed July 8, according to Jack in the Box corporate officials. County records show a state tax lien was filed in June against Tex-Jack Foods, which operated the restaurants, with more than $26,000 in unpaid taxes owed by the company. More.
Abilene Jack In The Box Closure Leaves Workers Wondering Where Last Paycheck Is
August 3, 2011 by Cris | 0 Comments