As chipotle continues to struggle to survive on a global scale, the chain has become a target of the Federal Trade Commission, which wants to get the word out to customers that the restaurant chain’s applications and services aren’t really the ones they thought they were.
The FTC’s complaint in a new case filed in California claims Chipotle applications aren’t compliant with the FTC’s guidelines and the company is violating the Fair Trade Act.
“The application process and the application system are not a ‘job’ at all.
They are a way to apply for a job and get benefits and opportunities, which include a guaranteed income,” the FTC complaint said.
“Chipotle does not have to be paid, and does not offer incentives for participating in the application process.
Instead, the job description for Chipotle jobs requires applicants to take on a ‘commitment’ of certain responsibilities and obligations that Chipotle does nothing to ensure applicants adhere to.
The application process does not require that applicants submit a resume or a cover letter and does require applicants to complete an application, which may include questions on the qualifications of candidates, such as whether they have the ability and the ability to complete tasks.
In addition, applicants who are unable to meet the requirements of the application and to meet other deadlines may not be allowed to complete the job.”
The complaint comes as Chipotle continues its efforts to expand to new markets, including China, where it opened its first restaurant in January.
The company is also launching a nationwide expansion program that will offer free meal vouchers and discounts on its signature menu items.
The FTC complaint also claims that the company’s application system has a “pattern of failing to comply with the fair trade act and other applicable federal laws, including consumer protection, fair lending, and other laws that regulate unfair and deceptive acts and practices.”