The Employment Relations Authority has ordered Janson Trading Limited to pay $20,000, after the company failed to provide minimum wage and holiday pay entitlements to some employees, Stuff reports. Company director Jaswant Singh must also cough up an additional $13,0000. The accounting firm was found guilty of eight employment standard breaches, seven of which were against a Chinese national employed on a work visa. The hearing was brought by Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment labour inspector Leigh McGeady.
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