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17 August 2019 – Correction – Reporting on Online Compliance
Allegations against Pioneer companies dismissed
Han’s Cafe Mandurah to back-pay 16 workers
13 August 2019 – Correction – Reporting on compliance staff
WA labour-hire operator faces court
Injured road users and workers to benefit from dispute resolution changes
Online retailer to back-pay migrant workers
Melbourne dentist penalised
Correcting record on Small Business Fair Dismissal Code
Sydney transport company penalised $89,000
MGA supports proposals for reform of Small Business Dismissal Code
Small business deserves a fair go in Fair Dismissal Code
“Small Business Fair Dismissal Code does not work”: Report
Ombudsman leaves Minister with nowhere to hide
Contempt of court case discontinued
Call centre operator back-pays 43 workers
31 July 2019 – Correction – Online compliance
FWO audits La La Bar Group venues
Ombudsman supports extension of unfair contract terms to insurance
FWO audits Brisbane’s West End
Immigration detention reform
Victorian Racing Tribunal To Hit Ground Running
Day spa operator back-pays visa holders
Maurice Blackburn sue Rockpool for wage theft – again
Slap on wrist for George Calombaris won’t end wage theft in hospitality industry
MADE Establishment signs undertaking
FWO takes action alleging underpayment of nanny
Williams Rail Review an update on progress
AFCA delivers $83m win for consumers and small business
ASIC ensures licensees meet their AFCA membership obligations
AFCA reminds insurance companies to focus on fairness
Bundaberg businesses audited
Audit quality of councils will face examination in new independent review
Ombudsman issues ‘more information’ notice to APRA
Appointment to Boundary Commission for Northern Ireland
Health fund failures warrant review
Inclusive Transport Strategy – one year on
$243,000 penalties for underpayments, false records
£20 million fund marks one year on from Inclusive Transport Strategy
Chinese student underpaid nearly $13,000
Government response to damning Ombudsman report
Robert Fitzgerald AM appointed as NSW Ageing and Disability Commissioner
Sushi operator penalised for underpayments
Penalty for underpayment of Sydney security guards
Ombudsman to monitor new banking code’s enforcement
New minimum wage kicks in today
Survey finds Wodonga performing on par with other councils
Leasehold axed for all new houses in move to place fairness at heart of housing market