Workers allegedly underpaid at Port Adelaide
Two Fijian men each worked 56 hours for just $700 a week at Port Adelaide, the Fair Work Ombudsman has alleged.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has taken action over workers' payments in Adelaide.
The pair were allegedly underpaid more than $25,000 by Sydney-based Devine Marine Group, which provides shipping and marine salvage services.
The two workers allegedly worked under sub-class 456 short stay visas, performing three months and six months of work respectively, with...
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