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Labour-hire firm Hudson signs Enforceable Undertaking

Recruitment and on-hire company Hudson Global Resources (Aust) Pty Limited will back-pay more than $4.5 million to underpaid workers and has signed an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) with the FWO.

FWO inspectors audit Brisbane eateries

The Fair Work Ombudsman is making surprise inspections of restaurants, cafes and fast food outlets in key food precincts in Brisbane this week to check workers are getting the right pay and entitlements.

Rules and entitlements during the end of year holiday season

As the end of year holiday season approaches, many businesses get busier and need their employees to work more hours and on public holidays. While other businesses may shut down or reduce their staff numbers.

Gold Coast restaurant operators penalised $225,500

The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured $225,500 in penalties in court against the former operators of two Chinese restaurants on the Gold Coast.

IT services company penalised

The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured $13,100 in penalties in court against the operators of an IT services business in Melbourne.

Casual minimum daily engagement under the Retail Award

The Fair Work Commission has made a decision clarifying casual employees’ minimum daily engagement under the Retail Award.

Barossa Valley pizza outlet operator penalised

The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured a $3,500 penalty in court against the former operator of a pizza outlet in the Barossa Valley region of South Australia.

St Peter’s Lutheran College signs EU

St Peter’s Lutheran College in Queensland will back-pay staff more than $2 million and has entered into an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) with the Fair Work Ombudsman.

FWO takes action against Coles Supermarkets

The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action against Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd (Coles), alleging it underpaid more than 7,500 salaried employees a total of $115 million.