2018 - 2019 enforceable undertakings

Cherries Farm Employment Agency Pty Ltd

Date of undertaking: June 2019

Cherries Farm Employment Agency Pty Ltd entered into an EU with us after they admitted to underpaying a Chinese student by $12,933 from July 2017 to April 2018. The employee was paid $15 per hour, instead of the minimum pay rates, penalties, loadings and overtime under the Food Manufacturing Award.

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Baxi Health Wholesale Pty Ltd

Date of undertaking: June 2019

Baxi Health Wholesale Pty Ltd entered into an EU with us when investigations found that between December 2016 and November 2018, 3 employees were underpaid the minimum rates for ordinary hours, casual loadings and weekend penalty rates under the General Retail Industry Award 2010. The employees, all visa-holders, were underpaid a total of $36,546. The business also failed to issue proper pay slips and keep proper employment records.

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Global Interactive Operations Pty Ltd

Date of undertaking: June 2019

Global Interactive Operations Pty Ltd entered into an EU with us when investigations found that between July 2016 and February 2019 the employer failed to pay casual workers their minimum casual loading. They also failed to pay penalty rates for evening, overtime and public holiday hours.

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Sea One North Pty Ltd

Date of undertaking: June 2019

Sea One North Pty Ltd entered into an EU with the Fair Work Ombudsman when investigations found that between May 2014 and February 2018 the company made unlawful fortnightly deductions from the pay of thirteen 457 visa workers, totalling $58,025. The Fair Work Ombudsman also recovered $7,914.87 in unpaid penalty rates and annual leave entitlements.

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Café Touchwood Pty Ltd

Date of undertaking: June 2019

Café Touchwood Pty Ltd entered into an EU with the Fair Work Ombudsman when our investigations found the company paid unlawfully low flat rates between January and April 2018. This led to underpayments of 17 part-time employees’ minimum rates for ordinary hours, overtime, and weekend and public holiday penalty rates under the Restaurant Industry Award 2010.

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