Gloriavale leavers falling into ‘carefully laid trap’ – lawyer
By Shannon Redstall | The Press |
A lawyer representing former Gloriavale members who won a recent Employment Court case believes they are walking into a “carefully laid trap” that would prevent them from receiving compensation from the secretive religious organisation.
In July, Employment Court Chief Judge Christina Inglis declared the six women – Virginia Courage, Pearl Valor, Serenity Pilgrim, Rose Standtrue, Anna Courage and Crystal Loyal – were employees rather than volunteers.
However, Judge Inglis is yet to determine who the employer of each person was.
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