Wage theft is endemic: report

A landmark study has found wage theft is endemic across Australia with a quarter of international students and a third of backpackers earning $12 or less per hour, around half

Attacks on wages costing workers billions

A new union-commissioned report – The Consequences of Wage Suppression for Australia’s Superannuation System – shows that the impact of wage theft grows to billions of dollars over time. The

Hall of Shame – Superannuation Theft

Australian workers have lost out on more than $17 billion in superannuation payments since 2009 from shonky operators and businesses now at the centre of tax office and government probes.

Hall of Shame – Capalaba Sports Club

The Capalaba Sports Club provides an example of how an employer can apply the existing Better Off Over-all Test to one set of circumstances for the purpose of passing the

Hall of Shame — 7-Eleven

7 Eleven brought large scale non-compliance to national attention with Fair Work Ombudsman investigation that started in 2014.  Not only was there evidence of underpayments but fraudulent records were kept