Super Bowl workers

Atlanta, GA (CBS46) After some employees of a staffing company say they were never paid for their services during Super Bowl week, that company has stepped up and said they will pay those workers Wednesday.

Workers for Be Staffing in College Park say the company either didn't pay them at all or they received much less than originally anticipated.

CBS46 went to the address listed for the company and found the place empty.

Other people who work in the same building say they don't know where the company went. On February 19, a spokesperson for the company said workers would be paid the next day.

As of February 27th, the company says all workers have been paid.

"BE Staffing Service is writing today, to state that ALL WORKERS have been paid as per their sign in sheets. We have never NOT paid any employee intentionally or with any ill will. Our organization had well over 200 plus employees work during this event. We as a Minority Business are appalled at the stance many are taking in effort, to drag our company name, lure us into paying for time not worked; along with leading and deceiving those into believing they have not been paid. IN effort to spare confidentiality of employees, we have not wished to sent any sensitive information, which would show SS (last four), address, bank account details and amounts. Again BE Staffing Must BE CLEAR ALL EMPLOYEES HAVE BEEN PAID BASED ON SIGN IN SHEETS of HOURS WORKED," read a statement sent to CBS46.

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