Briscoe to reimburse staff for unpaid end-of-day cash up

Paul McBeth
Wed, 16 May 2018

By Andrew Bevin May 17 (BusinessDesk) - Briscoe Group will reimburse staff who cashed up at the end of the day but didn’t get paid for the time, something managing director Rod Duke says is company policy. The Auckland-based retailer is among firms named as not paying staff for work done outside regular work hours, an issue that has shot to the headlines since an Employment Court ruling against another retailer found employees should have been paid for going to morning sales meetings. Duke said Briscoe’s policy is to pay staff for all...

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