Coles and Target are the tip of the iceberg. There could be dozens more underpayment scandals

Original article by Euan Black
The New Daily – Page: Online : 20-Feb-20

Gerard Dwyer of the Shop, Distributive & Allied Employees’ Association says it is inevitable that another major company will admit to having underpaid its employees, after revelations that Target did so. The union has written to more than 100 employers, asking them to undertake a self-audit to ensure that their staff are being paid correctly. Dwyer has urged the federal government to restore the right of unions to conduct random checks of companies’ payrolls.

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SHOP, DISTRIBUTIVE AND ALLIED EMPLOYEES’ ASSOCIATION

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