1440 results
  1. Wages recovered for Adelaide cleaners The Fair Work Ombudsman has recovered $18,952 in wages for 29 underpaid employees after it investigated contract cleaning businesses in Adelaide.
  2. Bar operator and accounting firm face courtThe Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action against a Melbourne bar operator, its former accounting firm and three individuals.
  3. Melbourne transport business penalisedThe Fair Work Ombudsman has secured a $23,310 penalty in court against a Melbourne transport business.
  4. Our services over the Christmas and New Year periodOur call centre will be open over the Christmas and New Year period with reduced staff. Our services will resume as normal from Tuesday 4 January 2022.
  5. Sushi restaurant operator penalised $80,000The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured $80,000 in penalties in court against the operator of a sushi restaurant on Bribie Island, just north of Brisbane.
  6. Bakeware manufacturing company penalisedThe Fair Work Ombudsman has secured $13,586.40 in penalties in court against the operators of a bakeware manufacturing and supply business located in Sydney.
  7. More than $189,000 recovered for Adelaide workersThe Fair Work Ombudsman has recovered $189,316 in wages for 306 underpaid workers after it investigated employers in a ‘cheap eats’ food precinct in Adelaide.
  8. Bondi bar and restaurant operators penalisedThe Fair Work Ombudsman has secured $26,460 in penalties in court against the operators of the Upper East Side Bondi restaurant and bar in eastern Sydney.
  9. Grocery store operator in courtThe Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action against the former operator of a grocery store in the Melbourne CBD for allegedly underpaying a migrant worker more than $8000.
  10. Changes to the Teachers Award – new classifications, minimum pay and allowances The Fair Work Commission will soon be making some important changes to the classifications, pay and allowances in the Teachers Award.