Pumpkin Patch workers lose health insurance

By on November 25, 2016
Pumpkin Patch workers lose health insurance

Everything that could possibly go wrong is going wrong for Pumpkin Patch employees, their union has claimed.

When the struggling children's clothing retailer announced last month it was going into receivership, employees were told they might not get any redundancy payout should the chain shut down.

On Tuesday, receivers KordaMentha announced no buyer had been found, so the chain's 43 New Zealand stores will soon close.

It's now been claimed the company failed to pay for employees' health insurance, as they were required to in a collective agreement signed only a few months before the company went into receivership.

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