Retailer exposed for alleged abuse of migrant workers

The Labour Inspectorate has filed criminal complaints in a case involving two temp agencies from Slovakia and retailer Engrotuš where a number of shelf fillers from abroad reportedly worked massive overtime.

Acting chief labour inspector Luka Lukić presented to the press on 23 March the results of a months-long investigation of several Slovenian companies that worked with Slovakian agencies Stominus and Pertas, which no longer had a temp agency services permit in Slovakia.

The agencies provided the companies with 379 workers, mostly from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North...

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