Labour Ministry moving to help former Hotel Tower workers get owed wages

The Ministry of Labour plans to intervene this week on behalf of former employees of the Hotel Tower, after management of the business broke several promises to pay over owed wages and benefits.

The employees have also secured the services of attorney Nigel Hughes to help them obtain what is owed to them.

The 67 workers are owed a total of $5,577,633 in wages, salaries and other benefits.  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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