Eight cafe workers awarded nearly $150,000 after they were abruptly sacked just ahead of the first nationwide Covid-19 lockdown, are yet to see the money, RNZ reports. The ERA found in favour of the former employees’ personal grievance claim, ruling they were unjustifiably dismissed from a Snells Beach café. However, the cafe is now insolvent and the ERA has ruled in a new decision that its wealthy American owners, Deanna and James Dehlsen, are not personally liable to pay the outstanding money.