See examples: How to become chinese chefs cheated and exploited

the relationships among some of the many chinese chefs who work in Denmark, recalls almost about human trafficking. With an hourly rate of down to 20 dollars

See examples: How to become chinese chefs cheated and exploited

the relationships among some of the many chinese chefs who work in Denmark, recalls almost about human trafficking.

With an hourly rate of down to 20 dollars and working days of over 12 hours of wear, the underpaid employees of their employer.

The incoming chinese will be registered with the Danish authorities with a monthly salary of at least 35.500 dollars, but the reality can be quite different. In some cases, they serve chinese chefs only 7000-9000 dollars a month after tax, writes the Magazine 3F.

Chinese restaurants and sushi places all over the country have been reported to the police in order to exploit the chefs in 2018-2019.

the Magazine has, together with DR News from multiple sources got confirmed how the fudge with chinese chefs in Denmark can take place.

One of the ways the employer cheats its employee can be to manage the person's easy id and bank account.

On the way, the chef is not power over his own salary, and the employer can therefore circumvent beløbsordningen, which ensures the chefs a minimum wage, explains Frederik Gammeltoft is head of unit at the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (Siri).

which Danish companies in the hotel and catering industry has used to dabble with, is that the chefs must repay part of their salary.

On paper, the chinese cook to the legal minimum, but he'll never get all the money. Instead, they are being moved into and out of the account, as the chef has.

as the agency knows, deals with the exploitation of the cook's spouse.

It is according to Frederik Gammeltoft a widely used method to circumvent the rules on. The chef, who has been granted a residence permit, also takes his wife with him to Denmark, where she works for free.

On the way the employer will get two employees for one price.

the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration have examined the relationships among chinese chefs in Denmark and suspects that there is 'systematic cheating' with the arrangements, as they are working under.

the Trend confirms and Rigspolitiets National Efterforskningscenter (NEC).

'We can see that there is a picture in this area of illegal activity in the several chinese restaurants around the country,' writes the national Police to the Magazine 3F.

Date Of Update: 11 December 2019, 18:01
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