News Items matching Work Issues


7-Eleven signs Proactive Compliance Deed

Date: 13 Dec 2016, Filed under: Industrial Relations, Employment Law

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced that 7-Eleven, has signed a Proactive Compliance Deed with the Ombudsman.

Large penalty against 7-Eleven operator who exploited staff

Date: 22 Jun 2016, Filed under: Industrial Relations, Employment Law

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced that a penalty of more than $400,000 has been imposed against the operators of a 7-Eleven store which exploited its...

Tasmanian businesswoman penalised over "heartless" treatment of workers

Date: 23 Mar 2016, Filed under: Employment Law, Workplace disputes

The Fair Work Ombudsman announced that Launceston businesswoman Wendy Langridge has been penalised almost $98,000 for her "heartless" treatment of long-term...

Geelong hairdresser paid less than $7 an hour

Date: 08 Feb 2016, Filed under: Employment Law, Workplace disputes

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced that a Geelong hair salon paid an adult apprentice hairdresser less than $7 an hour, inquiries by the Agency have...

$22k back pay for two Mornington Peninsula workers

Date: 03 Feb 2016, Filed under: Industrial Relations, Employment Law

The Fair Work Ombudsman announced that two workers on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula have been back-paid a total of $22,000, following recent intervention...

Japanese restaurant admits deliberately underpaying visa-holders

Date: 22 Jan 2016, Filed under: Discrimination, Industrial Relations, Employment Law

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced that the operators of a Japanese restaurant at Surfers Paradise have admitted they deliberately underpaid 16 casual...

Ballarat security guard underpaid $30,000

Date: 21 Jan 2016, Filed under: Employment Law

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced that a Victorian security company has been put on notice after it short-changed a Ballarat employee almost $30,000...

7-Eleven store operators face court for allegedly short-changing employees

Date: 19 Jan 2016, Filed under: Industrial Relations, Employment Law

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced legal action against the operators of two more 7-Eleven stores for allegedly underpaying their staff tens of thousands...

Fleurieu Peninsula worker back-paid $22,000

Date: 13 Jan 2016, Filed under: Industrial Relations, Employment Law

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced that a South Australian worker who was paid just $15-an-hour for almost seven years is now being back-paid $22,000...

Report on sex discrimination and sexual harassment in Victoria Police released

Date: 11 Dec 2015, Filed under: Discrimination

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission has released a report entitled Independent Review into sex discrimination and sexual harassment,...

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