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War­wick Ryan fea­tured in Smart­Com­pa­ny on recent $56,000 back-pay case 

Employ­ment law spe­cial­ist War­wick Ryan has been fea­tured in Smart­Com­pa­ny on a recent employ­ment case where an accom­mo­da­tion busi­ness was required to back-pay employ­ees after the busi­ness told for­mer staff they were not oblig­ed to make redun­dan­cy pay­ments because the busi­ness was in finan­cial trouble.

Employ­ment law spe­cial­ist War­wick Ryan has been fea­tured in Smart­Com­pa­ny on a recent employ­ment case where an accom­mo­da­tion busi­ness was required to back-pay employ­ees after the busi­ness told for­mer staff they were not oblig­ed to make redun­dan­cy pay­ments because the busi­ness was in finan­cial trouble. 

Four women employed in front-counter and house­keep­ing posi­tions went to clar­i­fy their work­place rights with the Fair Work Obunds­man and received more than $56,000 in out­stand­ing wages, leave and redun­dan­cy pay.

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