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More than 200 workplaces to be audited
Lois Lee | 승인 2018.09.06 14:09

The Fair Work Ombudsman will audit at least 200 workplaces in the outer west Sydney region, including Blue Mountains and Wollondilly. 

This will include regional businesses from areas in Penrith, Springwood, Picton, and Katoomba.

“Proactive campaigns are an important tool to educate employers about their workplace obligations. Inspectors will provide advice to businesses to help them comply with the law,” Fair Work Ombudsman Sandra Parker said. 

“Businesses should be warned that non-compliance can lead to actions ranging from formal cautions and on-the-spot fines to litigation for the most serious breaches,” she added. 

Audits will cover a range of industries including construction, retail, manufacturing, accommodation, and food services. 

To ensure that businesses comply with workplace laws, Fair Work inspectors will check businesses time and wage records. 

The Fair Work Ombudsman is set to target the hotspots of non-compliance in the regional Sydney, where high numbers of non-compliance are reported every year. 

Majority of the reports concern young workers in workplace disputes. 

For example, Wollondilly accounts for the highest number per 1,000 businesses of anonymous reports in New South Wales. It has also been ranked as the second highest area for requests of assistance. 

“As in all our campaigns, we are keen to work closely with key stakeholders in the region in building a culture of compliance,” Ms Parker said. 

Lois Lee  info@hanhodaily.com

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