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More than $100k in penalties after Brisbane massage parlour refuses to back-pay two workers $12,842
Melbourne dental practice faces second legal action after allegedly underpaying another 457 visa holder
$216,700 in penalties after Pizza Hut franchisee engages in sham contracting
‘Reasonable steps’ to promote compliance essential for franchisors to avoid liability and brand damage, says FWO
Fair Work Ombudsman releases results of NSW audits
Fair Work Ombudsman commences legal action against Foodora
$134,000 in penalties after Melbourne CBD outlets exploit “marginalised and disadvantaged” workers
Fair Work Ombudsman releases results of Darwin audits
Migrant workers allegedly paid no wages for a year’s work under ‘work experience’ scheme
Almost half of inner Adelaide businesses fail the basics in workplace compliance checks
$192,780 in penalties for Brisbane 7-Eleven outlet
Penalty against MCG head contractor over underpayments a “wake-up call”
More than $200k in penalties in FWO’s first racial discrimination case
200 regional NSW businesses being audited by the Fair Work Ombudsman in New England and North West
$118,000 in penalties after NSW roadhouse operator “well and truly caught out by FWO”
Record penalty against Townsville café operator over failure to pay compensation
Jail term imposed in Fair Work Ombudsman’s first contempt of court case
$43,000 penalty for labour hire manager after vulnerable workers exploited at abattoir
$300k in penalties against burger bar operator evidence of cultural issues in hospitality industry
Sushi operator faces Court for allegedly underpaying overseas workers in Newcastle
Outback homestead operator penalised in Court after 17 workers underpaid $23,000
$160,000 in penalties after Sydney retailer underpays migrant employee $60,000
Half a million calls from small business reveals strong demand for online support
Queensland electrical contractor faces legal action over alleged failure to pay compensation
Legal action alleges underpayment of 457 visa workers
Pharmacy operators penalised for underpaying migrant “93 weeks’ wages”
Swimland signs up to scrutiny after more than 1300 staff underpaid $1.4 million
$230k in penalties over exploitation of migrant trolley collectors at Bendigo
Hays Recruitment demonstrates commitment to workplace compliance through positive partnership with the FWO
$300,000 penalties and back-pay for “flagrant” underpayments of first aid workers
Hotspots to be audited as spotlight put on the workplace basics of 1000 businesses
WA workers back-paid almost $390,000 and three businesses penalised in court following FWO campaigns
More than $192,000 in penalties for former 7-Eleven operators who underpaid vulnerable workers
Sydney café operator penalised for short-changing visa holder using cashback scheme
Sydney workers back-paid more than $62,000 after seeking Fair Work Ombudsman help
Campaigns in regional Victoria recover more than $620,000 for hundreds of workers
Former economics professor faces court for alleged underpayment of overseas workers
Adelaide and Perth’s popular food precincts hit with unannounced workplace audits
A third of Tasmanian south and east coast businesses put on notice
$200,000 in penalties after overseas worker exploited and sacked by text message
Half of Barossa businesses breaching workplace laws, campaign finds
Western Sydney campaign reveals high rates of unlawful workplaces
$80,000 in penalties against two Han’s Café franchisees after vulnerable workers underpaid
Fair Work Ombudsman ‘Here to Help’ Tasmania’s multicultural community at Harmony Week event
Sushi operator allegedly underpaid vulnerable workers in Canberra
Caltex franchisee allegedly falsified records of wage rates paid to overseas workers
Record WA penalties of more than $500,000 for systematic exploitation of overseas workers
Melbourne CBD outlets facing court for allegedly exploiting overseas workers