(2 Nov 2020) News from Australia:
One of the country’s major cultural institutions has admitted it failed to properly pay holiday and weekend penalty rates to more than 100 casual staff for two decades to the tune of $245,000.
The National Library of Australia has agreed to pay back all the affected workers even if their claims are older than the statute of limitations that bars wage claims more than six years old from the courts.
The library underpaid 106 workers a total of $245,359 in wages and superannuation between 2000 and 2020.
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