The prime minister has suggested that changes to the penalty rates system could be on the horizon.
The newly appointed chairman of 7-Eleven has admitted that the company ‘should’ve known’ about its franchisees’ exploitative regime.
A law professor has warned businesses that using lengthy unpaid trials could land them in hot water.
The HR team at 7-Eleven corporate are set to have a busy few weeks after the company's chairman promised to reimburse all underpaid employees.
A senior member of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) was secretly recorded telling Queensland president Dave Hanna that his removal would allow union officials “a chance to be legit”.
A South Australian firm has altered its plans to charge interns $22,000 after the Law Society intervened.
The restaurant described the allegations as “unacceptable”
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