The theft of wages and superannuation is becoming ‘a business model’ as examples of workers forced to pay back employers emerge

Tens of thousands of Australian hospitality workers routinely have wages and superannuation stolen by their bosses, according to the union representing the industry.

As the Fair Work Ombudsman begins a nationwide audit of 1.000 businesses, the Victorian secretary of United Voice, Jess Walsh, told Guardian Australia that wage theft had become a “business model” in the hospitality sector.

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