Staff at shut Nuremore Hotel take case as absent owner Kai Dai is ‘not contactable’
Workers at the Monaghan business, which was funded by one of Ireland's biggest cash-for-visa brokers, have endured months of missed payments
Employees at the Nuremore Hotel, which is owned by Kai Dai, one of Ireland’s biggest cash for visa brokers, have voted to take the company to the Workplace Relations Commission.
Workers at the hotel, who were laid off before Christmas ahead of a proposed refurbishment, have had no contact with the company since January 1, according to a statement published by Siptu on Friday.
Workers have endured months of missed and delayed payments at the ...