An Auckland retail manager is crying foul after her former boss made 15 people redundant, put the business in liquidation and then kept on trading with a newly formed company.

Mahima Shokeen had been working as a store manager in furniture retailer Jory Henley's Botany store since October last year but shortly after the Christmas sales period the business, which was recently transferred to a new company with the same director, started making changes following a drop in sales.

In June, Shokeen was informed by a co-worker that she had been asked not to come into work by management.

She

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