Wages un­paid

The New Zealand Herald - - BUSINESS - — Staff re­porter, agen­cies

Nosh has been or­dered to pay just un­der $3500 to a for­mer em­ployee over un­paid wages. The Em­ploy­ment Re­la­tions Author­ity (ERA) or­dered the up­mar­ket su­per­mar­ket chain to pay $3402, plus in­ter­est of 5 per cent per an­num from June this year, and $71.56 in fil­ing costs. Mer­chan­diser Jonathan Ku­biak joined Nosh in Au­gust 2015. Ku­biak claimed in June this year Nosh did not pay all of his owed wages in­clud­ing an­nual leave and hol­i­day-pay en­ti­tle­ments. Nosh did not dis­pute the claim. No one from the su­per­mar­ket chain was present at the ERA’s in­ves­ti­ga­tion meet­ing. The author­ity found Nosh to have de­faulted in pay­ment to Ku­biak.

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