Latest underpayment News

Court sends clear message to employers on having adequate systems
UWA’s mega-$10.6 million wage theft exposed
Helping Australians earn more and keep more of what they earn
Nearly $1 million in penalties ordered in matter involving threats to kill migrant workers’ families
AMSA shines a light on seafarer worker conditions in new report
Former Western Sydney Restaurant Operator Penalised
Shutters And Blinds Business In Court
University Blames ‘historical Issues’ In Payroll Syst
Urgent action needed on wage theft after James Cook University admission
$4 million penalties against restaurant and management for “a cal
$4 million penalties, second-highest ever secured, against former Taiwanese restaurant operators for “a calculated scheme to rob employees”
University of Melbourne penalised $74,590 for taking adverse action against two casual academics
IAG enters Enforceable Undertaking with Fair Work Ombudsman
Former Wollongong Restaurant Operator Penalised
FWO secures penalties against bar operator and external accountin
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Speech to Auckland Business Chamber
Transport And Logistics Business Penalised
Law Firm Penalised After “wilful Refusal To Comply”
AWU Helps Worker Secure $30,000 In Unpaid Wages
Know New Workplace Laws, FWO Urges
Preparing for the Future: The essential guide to payroll complian
Hair And Beauty Salon In Court
Melbourne Residential Building Company Penalised
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Sydney physio and rehab company faces court
Finance and insurance brokerage business in court
CBA fined $10.3m for wage theft
Health industry labour-hire company in court
Strategic fleet forging ahead
Vietnamese eateries allegedly underpaid workers more than $400,000
FWO urges compliance with Closing Loopholes law changes
Australian Catholic University admits to $3.6 million wage theft
Over $500,000 in underpayments recovered in 2023
Unions NSW embraces migration reforms, but more must be done
NTEU reveals rampant wage theft at Australian universities
Essential workforce crisis set to ease with workplace reforms
NZCTU Supports The 65,000 Care Workers Impacted By Pay Equity Claim
Unions NSW demands better housing and equal travel subsidies for international students amid cost-of-living crisis
CPSU wins big for NT shift workers
Project bank accounts – a hammer in search of a nail
NFF urges a rethink on fraught industrial relations Bill
Workplace relations Bill creates more problems than solutions
Spotless entities accused of underpayments
Albanese Labor Government to criminalise wage theft
University of Melbourne staff to strike for up to seven days
Landmark decision in trainee wage theft case
Department’s U-turn on medical device funding a crushing blow to hospitals and patients