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Central point of contact for free advice and information on the Australian national workplace relations system

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The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO), is an independent statutory agency of the Government of Australia that serves as the central point of contact for free advice and information on the Australian national workplace relations system. The Office of the Fair Work Ombudsman also investigates workplace complaints and enforces compliance with national workplace laws.

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MasterChef judge George Calombaris faces sacking calls over $7.8 million wage underpayment

MasterChef Australia's George Calombaris has been fined after an investigation by the Fair Work Ombudsman found he underpaid staff by nearly $8 million.
SBS - Published

MasterChef judge George Calombaris fined for underpaying workers $7.8 million

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SBS - Published

Star chef Calombaris fined for pay failure

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SBS - Published

NSW nanny allegedly paid $2.33 an hour

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SBS - Published

Uber drivers 'are not employees' in Aust

The Fair Work Ombudsman has ruled that ride-sharing company Uber does not have a traditional employment relationship with its drivers.
SBS - Published

Fair Work Ombudsman rules on Uber, drivers

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SBS - Published

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SBS - Published

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