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Wage theft has reached pandemic proportions, so why hasn't the Albanese government criminalised it?

By Giuseppe Carabetta, Associate Professor, University of Technology Sydney
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Australia’s first criminal case over wage theft is under way, with charges laid against the owner of a Victorian restaurant that allegedly underpaid staff by thousands of dollars.

If found guilty, the owner of the Macedon Lounge, northwest of Melbourne, faces a fine of more than $1 million and potentially jail time under Victoria’s Wage Theft Act.

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