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Filipino Workers at Tag’s Store in Yukon, Canada Quit
Two Filipino workers who say their rights are being abused by their employer are quitting their jobs.
The two women told CBC News their employer at Tag’s convenience store, Pret Sidhu, claws back their wages.
They are among five workers at the store who have told CBC News they have had to give Sidhu kickbacks in the form of cash from their paycheques.Although the Yukon government is investigating the case, one worker said Sidhu still asked for money back after paying her last Thursday.
Shawn Kitchen is the assistant deputy minister in charge of the nominee program, which the Filipino employees were hired under. He said officials from the Department of Justice and Yukon Employment Standards are involved in the investigation.
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