Inquiry into Wage Theft in Western Australia

The Report of the Inquiry into Wage Theft in Western Australia was released by the State Government on 6 December 2019.

The Inquiry Report makes a total of 28 recommendations to address wage theft in Western Australia. 

Report of the Inquiry into Wage Theft in Western Australia
Proposed Government response to the Inquiry into Wage Theft in Western Australia

 

About the Inquiry into Wage Theft in Western Australia

The Hon Bill Johnston MLA, Minister for Industrial Relations, announced the Inquiry into Wage Theft in Western Australia in January 2019. The Inquiry was undertaken by Mr Tony Beech, former Chief Commissioner of the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission. View the Terms of Reference for the Inquiry. 

Submissions to the Inquiry

The Inquiry sought submissions from workers, unions, employers and employer organisations and community organisations in Western Australia. Non-confidential submissions have been published on the Submissions to the Inquiry into Wage Theft page.

Contact

If you require any information regarding the Inquiry into Wage Theft please contact wagetheftinquiry@dmirs.wa.gov.au

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