An Auckland courier has been fined $63k for breaching migrant workers rights

by | Jun 14, 2017 | News & Events

Last month, The Employment Relations Authority ordered DK Transport Ltd to pay a penalty for 58 breaches of minimum employment standards including failing to pay the minimum wage, failing to provide written employment agreements, deducting wages without written consent, withholding wages for public holidays and failing to keep accurate records.

David Milne from the Labour Inspectorate said “All employers must meet minimum employment standards, it doesn’t matter whether you have 1,000 employees or five.”

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