How to avoid wage underpayment in your business

How to avoid wage underpayment in your business
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Georgina Toomey
As an employer, you have a duty to ensure your employees receive the correct pay. Not doing so can lead to legal disputes and severe penalties. In Australia, numerous high-profile cases have caught employers underpaying employees – unintentionally or otherwise. These companies suffered severe reputational damage as a result. To avoid finding your business in a similar situation we explore six practical steps you can take to avoid wage underpayment.1. Know your employee’s pay entitlementsThe first and foremost step for...

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