Cooking Up a Job You Can Count On

Be Union - Stop Wage TheftWorking as a chef is really tough. Even tougher when you're facing massive underpayment and wage theft.

Luckily for this apprentice in Tasmania, he was part of his Union.

The apprentice chef was paid at an incorrect rate, was not paid overtime and was not paid for 38 hours whilst on a full-time contract.

In hospitality - wage theft is all too common.

But this bloke was smart - he was in his Union.

After as three month battle he won back $1400.

This is what a Job You Can Count On means.

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