Bangkok 10 Aug- 2 DJ meets police at Phaholyothin police station, posting a daily record as evidence After being hit by a loud radio wave, wages of more than 1.3 million baht have occurred since the year 63 during the COVID-19 situation.
Today (August 10) at the Phaholyothin Police Station, DJ Jack Rider and DJ Q with lawyers meet with investigators to record daily records as evidence. to be attached to the case submitted to the court In the case of being caught by a famous radio wave, wages have been distorted by more than 1.3 million baht
Mr. Thitiphan Suriyawit or DJ Q said that the event had occurred since the year 63 during the COVID-19 situation. In which the company negotiated to reduce wages by 20 percent, both of them were willing to reduce their wages. Because working here for 10 years and living like family But in the end, it still owes wages anyway. Until now, it's been 3 years and 10 months are overdue.
Mr. Chanatphon Langsittisathien or Jack Ryder said that he had previously talked to the company all along. which he said that if the company had financial problems Would like to make a book in writing and then pay for another 2 years, there is no problem, but this has not been made in writing, and DJ Q is afraid that it may be played by the company. Like previous DJs, the company exploited a loophole in the law. Let the matter go to court and request to pay or take half the responsibility Which if so, will receive the money in full amount. and admitted to being disappointed. because on the day the company called to tell them to leave is to leave immediately and banned all employees that They are strictly forbidden to allow themselves and the DJ Q to enter the company.
However, Mr. Thitiphan or DJ Q also told the company that Please don't use legal loopholes. come to force the small staff Have to receive wages that are not fully paid in full units again because everyone works with love
Initially, DJ Q and DJ Jack Ryder record daily records and gather evidence. in order to be used as part of the case for further lawsuits in the Labor Court.-Thai News Agency
Source: Thai News Agency