Report: 7-Eleven accused of underpaying Australian workers
It may be time to buy your chewing gum and magazines elsewhere
Workers at 7-Eleven stores across Australia have reportedly had their rights abused, working long hours at well below the minimum wage.
The treatment of foreign students staffing Australia’s biggest chain is of particular concern. While such students are only legally allowed to work 20 hours per week while in Australia, many told a joint investigation by ABC television’s Four Corners and Fairfax Media that they had been made to work twice that while only being paid for 20 hours, effectively halving their rightful salary Read more…
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