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Local Subways face legal action for allegedly underpaying staff

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UPDATED: Two Glenelg Subway outlets are at the centre of legal action for allegedly underpaying three former staff members between 2017 and 2019.

Photo: Matt Alexander/PA Wire

The Fair Work Ombudsman has launched legal action in the Federal Court against Hutt Nominees – the franchisee of the Jetty Road Subway – and McNeill Investments – the franchisee of the Bayside Village Shopping Centre Subway.

It has also taken action against Adelaide man Jason Hood, who is a director of both companies.

In a statement, Fair Work said it took action after sending three compliance notices to Hutt Nominees and one to McNeill Investments in September for allegedly…



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