7-Eleven clamped by Fair Work Ombudsman in new ‘landmark’ deed

 In Australia, Convenience, NewZealand, Petro
Scandal-plagued convenience store giant 7-Eleven has signed a "landmark agreement" with the workplace regulator to stamp out wage fraud across its network of stores.
The new agreement, known formally as a "Proactive Compliance Deed" was finalised this week after months of negotiation.
The big brother-like measures in the agreement include biometric shift scanning systems, including facial recognition, the installation of 7-Eleven owned CCTV and a central payroll system to allow head office to monitor employee hours and wages. Sydney Morning Herald – Read more…

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