Preventing Wage Underpayment In Your Franchise Business

It is super challenging trying to run a successful business, let alone manage your employer obligations by staying compliant and not facing a potential underpayment scandal within your franchise business.

Have you seen how many scandals are constantly being reported in the media of business owners underpaying their employees lately? You don’t want to be the next person who appears in the media or has to deal with this scandal of underpaying employees. Not only is it embarrassing and costly, it can harm your business brand and reputation.

It is way too easy to get things incorrect but playing the “I didn’t know” card is not going to cut it anymore in the eyes of Fair Work Australia.  If you are a Business Owner, a Franchisor or a Franchisee and you have employees, it is important to take measures to ensure that you are doing the right thing and understand exactly what you are paying your employees. 

Learning Resource: Free Webinar

If you are unsure and wish to learn more about this topic, we invite you to attend our free webinar that Jenna Paulin, Managing Director of Now Actually along with Emma Jervis, Practice Leader who heads up LegalVision’s Franchising Team are holding in the New Year.

To register for this webinar, click here  and reserve your spot to learn from the experts in HR and Franchising Law on how you can avoid having the stress of dealing with this within your business.  From our experience, it’s not always based on business owners intentionally doing the wrong thing.  Some key elements to getting this right are:

We recommend business owners consult with an expert in this field to ensure your correct processes are suitable.

You do not want an underpaying wage scandal at your doorstep.  Take the proactive approach and attend our upcoming webinar to learn more about the complicated topic.

We look forward to seeing you attend online on Wednesday 16th February 2022 at 11:00am.  For more information reach out to Now Actually on 1300 605 305 or email [email protected].

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