New Details on Potters Field Appeal Defeat
In one of the most disgusting arguments ever put forth to steal wages from workers, the “ministry” tried this:
“Potter’s Field has argued that those who performed work for the nonprofit were volunteers or interns who knew what they were doing when they signed agreements asking them to work 60-plus hour weeks for as little as $300 a month. State officials found those agreements to violate state and federal labor laws.
In its appeals, Potter’s Field shifted its arguments, saying that former workers were “serving God as an act of sacrifice and worship.” But the Department of Labor and Industry denied that argument. According to the labor department’s findings, Potter’s Field provided no evidence that showed employees’ work to be religious.”
Unfortunately, these spiritual vermin actings as angels of light can still appeal again.
Potters Field still solicits donations for their “ministry” and received $44,900 in Covid bailout money.