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The plot to kill off tough new wage fraud laws

SMH  |  06 April 2017  |  News

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Shocking cases of wage fraud in the big brands of 7-Eleven, Domino's, Caltex and United Petroleum, ricochet across the country, prompting all sides of politics to promise new legislation to rein in systemic wage fraud.

Or so we thought.

In the weeks before the election the Turnbull government promised to change the law to make franchisors jointly responsible with their franchisees for workplace abuses if they have significant control or influence on the franchisee.

It sounded reasonable enough.

Read More: http://www.smh.com.au/business/workplace-relations/the-plot-to-kill-off-tough-new-wage-fraud-laws-20170406-gvf91j.html

 

 

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