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    It's childcare. There is no minimum. I have called a few places but the last thing I need is a high mobile bill.

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    That is disgusting behaviour on their behalf.

    I would definitely be making a complaint.

    I'm vaguely familiar with your story, and I'm so sorry that this has happened

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    If what delirium said is correct you could have an adverse action (general protections) claim. Enquiring about your terms, pay and conditions is classed as exercising a workplace right. I don't know if you would be eligible if you are a casual though, but worth speaking to Fair Work.
    This is correct. The fact that you are a casual does NOT exclude you from lodging and 'Adverse Action (general Protections) claim.
    If you work in Qld I recommend you contact the Qld Working Women's Service for advice. Alternatively, contact the Fair Work Infoline and enquire about lodging a 'General Protections' claim. They may refer you to Fair Work Australia (the industrial relations 'court'/'tribunal') to get the relevant forms.
    This us outrageous behavior. Shame you're not in a union.

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    My boss forgot to put the pays through from last week. It will be paid with the next pay cycle. I'm ok because it's the ftb week but if it was the PpS week I would have reported for the fn so not received Centrelink OR wages.
    INHO, no one forgets to put pays through. They just don't make it a priority. That is, they're not making you a priority this week. Will they be paying you with interest?

    Definitely would be complaining. What they are doing is tantamount to theft.

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