Stream Line Security Services: PGA crowd control workers not getting paid on time
Posted at: 08/15/2013 7:22 PM | Updated at: 08/15/2013 11:40 PM
News10NBC is told about 100 workers who worked crowd control for the PGA Championship will not be paid on time, according to the company Stream Line Security Services, of Brooklyn.
Stream Line says it was contracted by a Buffalo company and these are local workers we're talking about. Stream Line says that because the Buffalo company, Contemporary Services Corps, has not given them the hours their employees worked, they can't pay them until September 6th.
CSC tells News10NBC it sent the paperwork.
Stream Line says CSC was in charge of keeping track of time sheets and they're working with them to fix the paperwork issue.
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