A Korean restaurant chain in Auckland has been ordered to pay $101,663 in fines, compensation, outstanding wages and holiday pay after failing to pay two chefs for months of work, Stuff reports. The Employment Relations Authority found JNA Holdings failed to meet its legal obligations towards two employees, Hee Jung Ryu and Do Hyung Lim, while they worked for the company between November 2018 and September 2019. JNA was also ordered to pay an $8000 fine for breaches to the Wage Protection Act.
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