Three South Auckland superette stores were ordered to pay out $57,000, following a migrant exploitation investigation by the Employment Relations Authority, TVNZ reports. Saloni Enterprises Limited, Saloni Holdings Limited and B Enterprises Limited, failed to provide minimum wage, annual holidays, public holidays and alternative holidays to two former employees. In addition to the penalties, the superette stores also face a two-year ban on supporting visa applications. Anyone with concerns about an employment situation is urged to contact the ministry’s service centre on 0800 20 90 20.
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