Korean workers in some Winnipeg sushi restaurants coerced into handing over part of pay to employers
Unlicensed immigration consultant facing charges sheds light on pay problems.
As many as 26 sushi restaurants in Winnipeg may have used an unlicensed immigration consultant to hire Korean workers and some were coerced into slicing off part of their paycheques to give to their employers, according to court documents obtained by the CBC's I-Team.
- Newspaper title
CBC News - Manitoba
- File Attachments
work permit, illegal recruitment
- Economic sectors
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
- Content types
Documented cases of abuse and Systemic/state violation of right/freedom
- Target groups
Policymakers and Journalists
- Geographical focuses