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Young Workers Centre 5h
It's not that complicated. You have to pay the people who run your restaurant for ALL 👏 THE 👏 HOURS 👏THEY👏 WORK. Anything else is .
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IƧΛΛC Oct 19
Noam on wage theft: the illegal practice of not paying workers for all of their work, including violating minimum wage laws, not paying overtime, forcing workers to work off the clock, and much more.
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#auspol rules 2h
Too bad these thieving bastards don't follow the law and check every year how many hours staff have worked. Its called and is a sustainable buaines model b/c there are no puniahments. You just begrudgingly take your time to pay it back
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Dr. Jen Villavicencio, MD 18h
Replying to @choo_ek
when dismantling the
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Safety First 3h
Can't live on <$5ph & work 16 hour days +live in car & eat junk food without having a mental breakdown.
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VCOSS Jul 9
Check your payslip. 💰 Make sure you’re not a victim of . An important message from .
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#auspol rules 22h
And should be punished. Reverse onus of proof as well. Employer to prove it wasn't
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Harriette Chandler Jun 13
Wage theft is widespread in Massachusetts and across the country. $700 Million is stolen from worker wages every year in Massachusetts. That's unacceptable. It's more important than ever that we pass legislation to protect workers.
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Drew Karpyshyn Jun 10
One of the reasons I left BioWare the first time. When I came back, I refused to work any OT. Amazingly the world didn’t end. It’s almost like crunch time is a giant scam/lie employers use to squeeze us dry and cover up poor/unrealistic scheduling.
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Innovation Ohio Aug 17
In 2009, 65 percent of workers filing claims with the State of Ohio had their cases approved. In 2017, it dropped to just 31 percent. Gutting the enforcement budget and staff means Ohio workers are taking home less pay for the hours they work.
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Tim Sims Jul 11
By all accounts, Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James was very effective in her role exposing rampant in Australian workplaces. How does Turnbull respond? He replaces her. What a complete failure he is.
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LAANE Sep 24
Over the weekend, signed , a bill introduced by to create joint liability in port trucking wage theft cases. This means that retailers will be on the hook for !
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Morgan & Morgan 15h
Is your employer shortchanging you? Whether intentional or not, employers improperly withhold hundreds of millions in rightfully earned pay from employees each year. is a serious issue, we can help you navigate it.
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Robin Hood Tax Jun 14
Cheesecake Factory Forced to Pay $4.57 Million to SoCal Janitors For Wage Theft. Here is a great idea...stop stealing from employees, pay a living wage and treat workers with respect. It is not hard.
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Harriette Chandler Jun 22
ICYMI: Yesterday, the unanimously passed the Bill. This brings Massachusetts one step closer to ensuring hard-earned money is where it rightfully belongs — in the pockets of Massachusetts families.
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Harriette Chandler Jun 21
Stealing a worker's hard-earned wages cannot and will not be tolerated. The bill passed by gives Massachusetts greater power to go after wage violators & provides additional tools for 's office to hold violators fully accountable.
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Safety First 6h
Replying to @deemadigan
Seriously. Supporting is endorsing . Always stay safe & please use proper Aussie Taxis.
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Unions NSW Aug 9
Lawyers & unions representing vulnerable workers have called for Queensland to enact the country’s toughest laws criminalising wage theft, including $1m fines or 10-year jail terms for the most reckless employers
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WakeupAustralia Oct 19
Tiny move. Stop treat & pay drivers as employees plus provide in car secure tamper proof safety cameras + permanent hi viz vehicle ID & 24 hour support. Safety is still a major scam
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James Barragán Sep 19
This report in by cites our / investigation into after Hurricane Harvey, which our state officials seem content to keep ignoring.
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Mark Morey Jun 30
Today the Turnbull govt cuts for 2nd time in 12 months while many employers don’t pay workers their minimum rates. If I stole the tip jar I’d be charged for theft so why can employers steal workers pay & not be charged?
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