Nashua Telegraph Cited with $9,000 in Wage Violations

The Telegraph in Nashua has been cited for wage violations by the state’s Labor Department. The newspaper was cited for failing to pay employees the full wages for the hours they worked, based on a rounding system in the company’s payroll.

Around 30 past and current employees were affected by the violations, totaling upward of $9,000. The investigation was spurred by an employee complaint issued last year. |Read More at NHPR

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1 Response to Nashua Telegraph Cited with $9,000 in Wage Violations

  1. CaptDMO says:

    THAT? Oh, that’s just a rounding error.
    We use that hidden deduction to pay for the company picnic.
    Fungible? Political donations to WHO….? “Educational” seminars, and award dinners, in exotic places…?

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