FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – New details have emerged in the troubles swirling around Eulen America.

The company operates baggage and various other services for a number of airlines at South Florida’s major airports.

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Back in April, CBS4 reported exclusively on complaints from Eulen employees at Miami International Airport, who said they were being regularly mistreated.

Then the controversy spread to Fort Lauderdale.

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Broward Commissioners on Tuesday put off a decision on whether to terminate Eulen’s contract at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport for violating the county’s worker retention ordinance.

Commissioners got to hear from some of the former Eulen workers who attended the meeting.

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The commission said it will take up the Eulen contract issue again in August.