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Do you think that theft of employees wages & superannuation from their employer should be a criminal offence?

By Scarlet . Created on 31 Oct, 2019
For example as Woolworths have announced on October 31st that they have underpaid nearly 6000 staff 300 million dollars over the past NINE YEARS.
Current Affairs 87 votes | 6 Comments
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L said on Nov 7, 2019
Do you have any idea as to how hard it is to find out what the correct rates are? Very, very easy to make mistakes.
YES
Mummaofthreecrazyboys said on Nov 6, 2019
Yes if it was the other way round and employees stole off there employee wouldn't they get in trouble ! Why should it be one rule for one and another for them
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Cherylea said on Nov 4, 2019
yes if it is done intentionally, just like any other theft.
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David said on Nov 2, 2019
this is not so cut and dried, if the underpayment is intentional then yes but where it is proved to be an error in a payment system that woolworths have claimed then no they should not.
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Vicki said on Nov 2, 2019
yes, definitlely!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mrs said on Nov 1, 2019
When the company outs themselves for the mistake and corrects if off their own back - forgive them. If they get caught out without any effort to do the right thing punish them. That's how we will get more honesty and fixing of historic incidents.