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- 21. Record penalties against 7-Eleven operator - May 2016
A 7-Eleven operator in Sydney has been penalised a record $214,200 for deliberately short-changing two migrant employees and falsifying records, following legal action by the Fair Work Ombudsman.
- 22. Boardrooms “on notice” to pay attention to their labour supply chains - April 2016
By Natalie James, Fair Work Ombudsman. First published by Fairfax on Saturday April 9.
- 23. Statement on 7-Eleven - April 2016
The Fair Work Ombudsman today released a Report on the findings of its Inquiry into the 7-Eleven franchise network.
- 24. Another 7-Eleven store faces Court action - April 2016
Another 7-Eleven store in Brisbane is facing Court for allegedly short-changing its workers, including international students, thousands of dollars.
- 25. Food wholesaler penalised $85,000 over “inexcusable” underpayment of workers - February 2016
A Melbourne food wholesaler has been penalised $85,000 for “inexcusable” underpayment of migrant and overseas workers.
- 26. Another 7-Eleven store faces Court for allegedly short-changing workers over $82,000 - January 2016
Another 7-Eleven store in Brisbane has allegedly been short-changing its workers tens of thousands of dollars.
- 27. More 7-Eleven store operators face Court for allegedly short-changing employees - January 2016
The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced legal action against the operators of two more 7-Eleven stores for allegedly underpaying their staff tens of thousands of dollars.
- 28. Queensland labour hire operator allegedly underpaid overseas workers $77,000 - January 2016
A labour-hire operator is facing Court for alleged exploitation of workers recruited from Vanuatu to pick fruit and vegetables in Queensland.
- 29. Probe into MCG supply chain finds alleged exploitation of visa-holders working as cleaners - January 2016
The Fair Work Ombudsman has launched legal action against the Australian arm of a multi-national company over its alleged involvement in the exploitation of overseas workers at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground.
- 30. Security company fined over $60,000 - November 2015
A national security company has been fined tens of thousands of dollars for underpaying one of its own employees and turning a blind eye to a sub-contractor doing the same thing.