Australian labour hire firm accused of providing unlicensed services and underpaying workers

According to the Labour Hire Authority, Cameron Workforce has not only provided unlicensed labour hire services, but it has also underpaid and provided substandard accommodation to workers picking grapes and chestnuts in the Benalla region in the state of Victoria.

The undertaking follows a freezing order issued by the Court in August, preventing Cameron Workforce and director Linna Chiem from dealing with or disposing of assets including two residential properties.

Cameron Workforce and Chiem have also undertaken to refrain from providing unlicensed labour hire services, following action by the Labour Hire Authority in the Supreme Court of Victoria.


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