Naser-Eldine El-Sanadli was fired without notice after five years of working for the company, the story stated.
According to the story, despite working 55 hours a week, El-Sanadli never received vacation pay or overtime pay and has yet to receive his last week''s pay or severance pay.
El-Sanadli''s complaint is similar to that of another former Impact Cleaning Services employee, Eugenia Nagar, who claims the company failed to pay her $20,000 in wages, the story noted.
Last year the Service Employees International Union
(SEIU) asked the Ontario Ministry of Labour to conduct an investigation of Impact Cleaning Services'' employment practices, claiming the cleaning contractor employs a subcontracting scheme designed to deny a large number of its employees their basic statutory rights, the story added.