The information Novopay won't provide
Wed, 21 Nov 2012 7:00p.m.
This is the story of a former groundsman at Wanganui Girls’ College.
He doesn't have problems with his pay, but he desperately needs information, that Novopay won't provide him with, about himself.
Why does this matter so much in this case?
Kate King explains.
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27/11/2012 10:14:26 a.m.
its time nova pay was dropped and costs claimed from them.... they are a joke, and why did we have to use an overseas company...
22/11/2012 7:09:41 a.m.
What is about this country that we continually have our own people who have worked and payed their taxes all their lives ending up in these situations through some powerful organisations blunders. This family and others that are going through simular need all the support they can get at this very upsetting time, of course its emotive reporting, the truth in this couples life is emotive, the man is dying for gods sake. They should have been given an immediate emergency benefit till the paper work was sorted, come on WINZ get some procedures in place to deal with these genuine NZ's, who when in good health have bothered to get out of bed and go to work!!! This is one major diff between us and Aussie, they do look after their own in these circumstances. I am so guttered that time and time again my fellow countryymen and woman only get immediate action in a very trying circumstane by going to the media, I'm sure this is the last thing this family wanted to do!!!
21/11/2012 10:31:45 p.m.
This is unbalanced, emotive and unhelpful reporting. The spotlight needs to be aimed at WINZ who should have advised the family to obtain the Summary of Earnings from IRD, or better still under the circumstances, obtained it themselves. My heartfelt sympathy and best wishes to the family who obviously don't need this stress or exposure.
21/11/2012 8:39:49 p.m.
Mrs J wrote:
"I apologise, we'll fix it, the christmas pay will be correct" - YEAH RIGHT! (must be a Tui ad
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