McDonald's has filed a lawsuit commenced against its former CEO Stephen Easterbrook. The fast-food chain wants the money back from the former president after investigation it is established that he has affairs with several employees. This is against the policy of McDonald's.
The company, has on Monday, a claim was submitted to the district court from which this information has been brought to light. Easterbrook was at the end of last year and dismissed because of having an affair with an employee.
In all, the pieces that have been submitted to the court is that Easterbrook has information withheld, and lying about his record. He would be the one-year period prior to his resignation, have physical, sexual relationships with three of a McDonald's Employee.
The former ceo could also be one of those three has a high bonus in the form of shares assigned to the value of hundreds of thousands of dollars. At the time of the removal of Easterbrook, there was a case of a non-physical relationship with an employee.
as The CEO, when he retired six-months of salary to be given, which equates to approximately 675.000 dollars. In addition, he should have a pay incentive to get it. McDonald's now wants to go back to that arrangement, because he has lied to and information was withheld.