A committee formed by 19 former employees claim they are collectively owed more than $7100 in unpaid wages and indemnities. GLOBALNEWS.CA
“Employees claim in a statement on Facebook that the troubles started right from the beginning.
“[We] have repeatedly faced outright unpaid wages, unpaid annual leave pay, bounced checks and associated fees, repeated delays in receiving our pay, and not being given Records of Employment,” said Ikeda.
[They] insist the rally is a last resort, saying [they] tried multiple times to speak to [their] employer – to no avail – and taking to the streets is “the logical extension of what we have to do next.” “