July 2018

FWO acts on EU non-compliance
20 Jul 2018
The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action to force Pristine Employment Solutions Pty Ltd to comply with terms of an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) that was executed in May 2017.
Sushi supplier to back-pay a Chinese worker
18 Jul 2018
A Perth wholesale sushi supplier will back-pay a worker more than $13,000 and overhaul its workplace practices under a new Enforceable Undertaking (EU) signed with the Fair Work Ombudsman.
Three legal actions against remorseless trolley collecting operator result in $130,000 in penalties
13 Jul 2018
The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured more than $130,000 in penalties against a Victorian trolley collecting operator, who caused “financial and emotional hardship” to three workers by sacking them and refusing to pay unfair dismissal compensation.
Sydney hair salon allegedly underpaid young apprentice more than $14,000
12 Jul 2018
A hair salon owner will face court after allegedly underpaying a teenage apprentice in her first job more than $14,000.
FWO’s Food Precincts campaign returns $471,904 in wages owed to hospitality workers
11 Jul 2018
The Fair Work Ombudsman’s audit of three popular food destinations has recovered $471,904 for 616 workers, after the FWO found that 72 per cent of the 243 businesses audited had breached workplace laws.
$130,000 penalties after nail salon engages in “elaborate sham” to hide exploitation
10 Jul 2018
The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured a total of $130,000 in penalties against the operators of an Adelaide nail salon for exploiting two young, migrant workers and creating false records as part of an “elaborate sham” to try to cover it up.
Building a culture of compliance in the restaurant sector through partnership between FWO and La Porchetta
6 Jul 2018
A Compliance Partnership between La Porchetta Franchising Pty Ltd (La Porchetta) and the Fair Work Ombudsman has demonstrated the effectiveness of close engagement with the regulator in promoting a culture of compliance throughout a franchise network.
Hair and beauty salon commits to change after underpaying overseas workers more than $25,000
6 Jul 2018
A Sydney hair and beauty salon operator has back-paid seven workers more than $25,000 and will overhaul its workplace practices, under the terms of an Enforceable Undertaking with the Fair Work Ombudsman.
Perth labour supply business faces Court for alleged building site underpayments
4 Jul 2018
The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action against a labour supply company in Perth, alleging it misclassified young labourers as independent contractors, when they were in fact employees, and underpaid them thousands of dollars.

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