A bit rich from Unite union

Unite union is cutting up rough over holiday pay.

After remaining silent for seven years on the issue they think they can make a fuss and blame the government.

Unite Union has come out swinging at companies for underpaying their workers’ holiday pay.

The union says some businesses are ignoring rules in the Holidays Act and deliberately cheating the system, and lower-paid, casual workers are once again missing out.  

Faulty payroll systems are partly to blame, but Unite Union says some companies are deliberately underpaying workers.

“[They are] deliberately choosing a formula that delivered a lower rate of annual leave,” says national director of Unite Union Mike Treen.

Businesses ignoring rules? Deliberately choosing certain actions?

Sounds awfully like the same Unite union which failed to pay workers Kiwisaver entitlements, PAYE payments and look after their own staff….all while being run by Andrew Little’s chief of staff Matt McCarten.

Unite are astonishing hypocrites.

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