LATVIA: Unpaid Workers Take Complaint To Human Rights Office
Workers at a Latvian knitwear plant have complained to the National Human Rights Office (NHRO) about late payment of salaries, the LETA news agency reported today. Their employer, joint-stock knitwear plant Ogre, has managed to avert a strike by beginning to pay salaries to its disaffected workforce, and managers are scheduled to meet with officers from the NHRO - although the meeting has already been postponed.
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