17 August 2015 Warwick Ryan featured in SmartCompany on recent case in which an employee was sacked for querying his pay

A family business in Melbourne has been hit with a $7500 fine after the Federal Court found it had sacked an employee in part because he queried his rate of pay.


Cardinia Waste & Recyclers, which specialises in waste removal services, was found to have terminated a casual truck driver’s employment on the same day he insisted he should be paid more generous penalty rates in line with the relevant industry award.


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