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Workers want Suckoo’s help


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SACKED WORKERS of Häagen-Dazs Cafe, are calling on Minister of Labour Esther Byer-Suckoo to look into the circumstances surrounding their dismissal from the popular South Coast ice cream parlour.
 Chief spokesperson for the ten former employees, Carmeta Hazell-Jordan, who has been with the company from its inception two and a half years ago, told the MIDWEEK?NATION, the time had come for Byer-Suckoo to probe into the operations of the company that suddenly closed its doors at Lanterns Mall in Hastings, Christ Church, last week.
 “There are documents pertaining to our conditions of work that never reached the Labour [Department]. We have had issues at Häagen-Dazs long before last week. The issues relate to payroll and the general treatment of workers.
“We not only had late payments from time to time but they paid us for bank holidays when they felt like,” she said. (MK)


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