Costa | Backlash over 'unfair' £200 deduction for workplace training

Backlash over 'unfair' £200 deduction for workplace training

Workers at the coffeehouse Costa Coffee have claimed that they had £200 deducted from their wages for training.

According to the BBC, who spoke to 13 current and former Costa workers at the franchises in Essex, workers said they were also subjected to other deductions for till discrepancies and running costs.

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