The Labor Department fined a New Jersey restaurant $300,000 for underpaying workers.

The DOL claimed that a restaurant in New Jersey failed to pay some employees the minimum wage and overtime pay.

The DOL asserted that it paid employees a day rate of $25 to $50 regardless of the number of hours they put in.

63 employees received more than $300,000 from the restaurant after the DOL's investigation.

The Department of Labor found that some of the 63 employees of a New Jersey restaurant had received less than.

The minimum wage, and the restaurant was forced to pay them more than $300,000.

The Aquarius Restaurant Group, which owns Aquarius Seafood Restaurant in Fort Lee,.

Was found to have broken the minimum wage and overtime pay laws, .

According to a press release from the DOL's Wage and Hour Division.