June 2019

FWO discontinues legal action against Foodora
21 Jun 2019
The Fair Work Ombudsman has discontinued its legal action against food delivery company Foodora Australia Pty Ltd (Foodora) after the company ceased operations in Australia in August 2018.
Commonwealth Games security guards underpaid
21 Jun 2019
Ten security guards from the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games have received more than $24,000 in unpaid wages, following a Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) audit of security providers for the event.
Melbourne cafes back-pay 26 workers
14 Jun 2019
The operators of cafes in Richmond and Brunswick have back-paid 26 employees $24,947 and will be under close scrutiny for three years after a Fair Work Ombudsman investigation.
Regional workers back-paid over $330,000
13 Jun 2019
The Fair Work Ombudsman has recovered $331,386 in wages for 725 underpaid workers after conducting surprise audits in Albury-Wodonga, Ballarat and Wollongong.
Uber Australia investigation finalised
7 Jun 2019
The Fair Work Ombudsman has completed its investigation relating to Uber Australia Pty Ltd (Uber Australia) and its engagement of drivers.
FWO launches 2019-20 priorities
3 Jun 2019
Fair Work Ombudsman Sandra Parker today announced the regulator’s priorities for the year ahead, which will direct the agency’s compliance work and enforcement outcomes.
Sushi operators penalised more than $380,000
3 Jun 2019
The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured $383,616 in penalties against the operators of three ‘Tokyo Sushi’ outlets in regional New South Wales for underpaying workers over $70,000.

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