Firm needs clients to pay

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Has­san said the sit­u­a­tion has caused dif­fi­cul­ties for work­ers. He said: “Lots of us have ex­penses to pay and kids to care for. We are hard­work­ing peo­ple, and at the end of the day we want to be paid.” He added: “We are fed up of wait­ing for our com­pany to re­spect the com­mit­ments, they promised to pay us our salaries.” How­ever, the op­er­a­tional man­ager said: “We usu­ally pay our work­ers once ev­ery two months, but we have prob­lems with some clients who failed to pay us, and this is the rea­son be­hind de­layed pay­ments. “The com­pany is ad­dress­ing this is­sue and will pay them their salaries this evening [ Wed­nes­day]. “We have com­mu­ni­cated with the guards to ex­plain the sit­u­a­tion with our clients and we have asked them to be pa­tient.” He de­nied that air con­di­tion­ing was faulty and said any poor con­di­tions were the fault of work­ers not tak­ing care of their ac­com­mo­da­tion. He said: “Pre­vi­ously the ac­com­mo­da­tion was much bet­ter, the qual­ity of the beds, air con­di­tion­ing, for ex­am­ple, how­ever, these have been dam­aged by the guards and this is the rea­son for the con­di­tions.” Po­lice of­fi­cers at the scene would not com­ment on the in­ci­dent.

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