#Scumbags – McDonald’s Paid Agency $500.00 Per Successful Permanent Resident Application For Its Foreign Workers

Temporary foreign worker agency Actyl Group sues McDonald’s Canada

Actyl alleges McDonald’s Canada was “unjustly enriched” when it deducted money from the paycheques of its foreign workers and pocketed the deductions instead of paying the recruiting agency directly.

Young told CBC News the services fees are for “certain immigration services that Actyl may provide to employees of McDonald’s with respect to the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program, the Provincial Nominee Program, or other work permit, or permanent residency applications.”

Actyl alleges that McDonald’s Canada had also agreed to pay the agency “a $500 CDN bonus” for “every successful permanent resident application” that was granted to its foreign workers.

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