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Since: Jan 13
Auckland, New Zealand
#1 Jan 29, 2013
Today, my friend just told me that he found a job at a Chinese restaurant in a flat. He saw it on an advertising poster, written in Chinese, which he found in the apartment's lobby.
Anyway, this was my response to him:
"That's unfair. If it is written in Chinese, then nobody would understand it. Therefore, this job is exclusive only to Chinese readers. I thought this was against the employment law of New Zealand?"
Any thoughts? Comments? Speculations?
Since: Jan 13
#2 Jan 30, 2013
I know what you mean. I see them everywhere and its not really fair. However i can tell you now. With those kind of asian business' I would not want to work for them in the first place.
I have been told that they advertise only in chinese to attract desperate chinese newcomers and they pay them well below minimum wage and work in very corrupt ways.
As for the laws im sure you could research them online on a govenment website.
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