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Posted by: Lolo | 2011-01-13

Employees not paid

hi

how do u deal with a situation whereby, the subcotractor has not been paid since november and his employees dit not receive their bonusses,increase and salary as they were suppose to for december but they are also expected to come to work and deliver as if everthing is on track.

Employer 1 has employed a employer 2 for cleaning the building, and employer 2 obviously has his own employees (14). now employer 1 dont pay employer 2 because he say employer 2 did not submit tax clearence certificate which is required.

is employer 1 right to withold empyer 2''s payment (November and December) , and what are the rights of emplyees employed by employer 2,because they did not receive their salaries.

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RE: EMPLOYEES NOT PAID

Employees are entitled to payment and they are entitled to report the matter to the Department of labour immediately. The Inspectors will investigate the situation and will correct it as soon as possible. The refusal to hand over money to the Receiver of Revenue is criminal. It appears that the situation needs to be reported to the authorities.

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Posted by: labour lawyer | 2011-01-13

RE: EMPLOYEES NOT PAID

Employees are entitled to payment and they are entitled to report the matter to the Department of labour immediately. The Inspectors will investigate the situation and will correct it as soon as possible. The refusal to hand over money to the Receiver of Revenue is criminal. It appears that the situation needs to be reported to the authorities.

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