Have you thought of ways to protect or prevent bad things happening to your hard earned income from?
On Thursday, John Maytham received an email from listener who had an encounter with someone working at a toll-gate that said, when they are not at work (due to road closures etc), they don't get paid.
Labour Lawyer, Michael Bagraim says this sort of thing is inequitable.
And the law says such practices on the part of employers is wrong.
From a moral point of view its wrong, from a legal point of view is wrong.— Michael Bagraim, Labour Lawyer
Listen to the full interview.
This article first appeared on 702 : Find out how the law protects your income