Labour Inspectorate charges two Chorus subcontractors [telecom]

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By Chris Keall

The Labour Inspectorate is lining up its first two scalps as it cracks
down on alleged widespread exploitation of workers in the
Chorus-driven Ultrafast Broadband (UFB) fibre rollout.

The watchdog has lodged cases with the Employment Relations Authority
(ERA) against two Chorus subscontractors: Sunwin Technologies and
Babylon Communications, the agency's National Manager Stu Lumsden
tells the Herald.

Bill Horne
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