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Government supports making wage theft a criminal offence

Monday 18th February at 12:15am

Employers found to be deliberately or recklessly engaging in wage theft could find themselves in jail, after the Palaszczuk Government accepted in principle making wage theft a criminal offence fol

Wage theft amounts to $1.2 billion annually: report

Friday 16th November at 11:45pm

A parliamentary inquiry into wage theft in Queensland has made 17 recommendations aimed at eliminating the practice and ensuring workers get a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work.

Queensland's lowest paid workers set to receive pay increase

Tuesday 28th August at 8:30pm

Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace welcomed today’s decision of the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) to increase award rates of pay for Queensland’s lowest paid workers covered by the state industrial relations jurisdiction.

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