3 salesladies fired after filing complaint PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 May 2014 11:04

Three of the four salesladies of the Makers Shop Center who filed a complaint against one of the store supervisors for alleged abuses and maltreatment were terminated from their job during the Labor Day celebration  yesterday.

The three salesladies went home crying after they were informed by the management Wednesday that it was their last day of work.

Apparently, the three were terminated from employment due to their complaint for several violations against the store and the store supervisor Aaron Dy for alleged maltreatment which caused of one of them to a suffer a  miscarriage.

Aside from maltreatment complaint, the salesladies also went to the Department of Labor as the store was paying them P100 per day instead of the minimum salary.

Last Wednesday, the complainants went to the office of District 2 Councilor Mike Alavar, chairman of the Committee on Labor to formally submit their complaints as the legislator is set to call for a committee hearing in the council to shed light on the complaint and to give justice to the Filipino laborers who were allegedly maltreated by a foreigner referring to Dy.

Dy, on the other hand was nowhere to be found after the complaints were aired over RMN Zamboanga and published in this paper.

Seventeen other sales personnel of the store had earlier been terminated after they were also maltreated by Dy. — Dan Toribio Jr.