Employer Bulletin | 27 November
On Friday 17 November, a 53-year-old Auckland business owner was charged with one count of Exploitation, after a 4-month investigation, conducted by Immigration’s investigations unit, found they were involved in migrant exploitation involving 3 migrants. This charge carries a maximum penalty of 7 years imprisonment and/or a $100,000 fine and more charges are likely.
Immigration National Manager Investigations, Stephen Greathead, stated that no form of exploitation is acceptable in New Zealand and we encourage anyone who thinks they, or someone else, is being exploited in the workplace to contact them.
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- One Employment Court case and four Employment Relations Authority cases
If you have any questions, about this case or other employment relation matters, you can call the Advice Line team on 0800 800 362.
Your Business Central team