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2013年7月10日 (水)

Oakland cowboy bar boss

Cowboys' owner Nicholas Gray will pay Tuiono Tauo $4132 for lost wages and $8000 for hurt and humiliation after the Employment Relations Authority ruled he fired her unfairlyled.
Ms Tauo was dismissed for serious misconduct on November 18 last year, Asian college of knowledge management after she sent a text message to an employee indicating they needed to speak about customer complaints and attitude.
Mr Gray told the authority the text message amounted to insubordination because he had asked Ms Tauo to speak to the employee personallybolt embroidery.
But Ms Tauo, who had been employed as the Cowboys' bar manager for more than two years, Set up Business in Hong Kong said she had sent the text as a "heads up" that she was going to talk to the employee.
On Monday, the authority ruled Mr Gray unfairly dismissed Ms Tauo and "completely ignored" his obligations under her employment agreement.
Following her dismissal, Ms Tauo was paid out almost $10,000 but the authority ruled a further $12,132 should be paid for loss of work and humiliation.
The pair previously had a "brother and sister" type relationship and Ms Tauo's dismissal affected her significantly, storage cabinet the authority ruled.
"Ms Tauo relied on her partner and family financially until she was able to obtain a job and found this humiliating," it said.
"Ms Tauo has not been able to tell her son, who referred to Mr Gray as Uncle Nic, about her dismissal because she is so embarrassed."

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