News Items matching Industrial Relations


$143,000 in penalties for $18,000 underpayment of two overseas workers in Brisbane

Date: 23 Jan 2017, Filed under: Industrial Relations, Employment Law, Workplace disputes

A Court’s decision to impose $143,000 in penalties over two Taiwanese workers in Brisbane being underpaid $18,000 sends a message about the seriousness...

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...

$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...

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...

Dentist allegedly underpaid $66,000

Date: 02 Dec 2015, Filed under: Industrial Relations, Employment Law

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced that an international student studying dentistry in Melbourne was allegedly underpaid tens of thousands of dollars...

Business with "no idea" about minimum pay rates now faces $46,000 unpaid wages bill

Date: 20 Aug 2015, Filed under: Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Industrial Relations, Employment Law

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced that the operator of a take-away food outlet in Melbourne who underpaid his staff over $46,000 admitted having no...

Court imposes penalty after restaurant operators refuse to back-pay workers

Date: 04 Aug 2015, Filed under: Industrial Relations, Employment Law, Workplace disputes

The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced that the former operators of a Bendigo restaurant who repeatedly short-changed their employees have been fined a...

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