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7-Eleven has paid $173m in underpayments to staff


Major convenience and fuel franchiser 7-Eleven has paid back over $173 million to employees after investigations revealed the company had been illegally underpaying their staff.

In 2016, an inquiry by the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) found several 7-Eleven stores had been deliberately falsifying records to reduce wages.

7-Eleven have back-paid $173 million in underpayments to staff following investigations by the FWO. (AAP)
The FWO brought 11 litigations against 7-Eleven, resulting in courts…



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