Michael Hill may spend A$25m on staff underpayments; June-qtr sales flat

Michael Hill may spend A$25m on staff underpayments; June-qtr sales flat
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By Margreet Dietz July 11 (BusinessDesk) - Michael Hill International said an initial review of its Australian retail employment contracts and rostering practices showed non-compliance with some industry requirements over the past six financial years and may cost the jewellery chain up to A$25 million to remedy. The Brisbane-based company, which also operates stores in New Zealand and Canada, said it has begun a more detailed review of all employee records, rostering practices and payments, which will "take several months to complete."...

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