Did the Church of Scientology pay what it owed its employees? - 2019-05-06

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F182.png Did the Church of Scientology pay what it owed its employees? May 6, 2019, Gaétan Pouliot, CBC News

We will never know if the Church of Scientology paid its employees the hundreds of thousands of dollars that Quebec's labour standards board ruled they are owed. The parties have reached a confidential, out-of-court settlement.

The board, known by its French acronym CNESST, had sought more than $750,000 on behalf of 62 people who worked at the Church of Scientology in Quebec City. Following an investigation, it concluded those employees had been underpaid and were owed pay for statutory holidays or vacation time.

The CNESST asked Quebec Superior Court to order the organization to pay the wages owed, plus interest and indemnities, for a total of more than $900,000.

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{{cite news | first = Gaétan | last = Pouliot | title = Did the Church of Scientology pay what it owed its employees? | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/scientology-cnesst-labour-board-pay-employees-quebec-city-1.5123770 | work = CBC News | date = May 6, 2019 | accessdate = May 9, 2019 }}