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Old 04-10-2011, 12:00 PM
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If the worker has no problem in being underpaid , and the employer is happy too , then whats the problem . The employer is able to expand his business by saving money rather then giving it to employee.


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If the worker has no problem in being underpaid , and the employer is happy too , then whats the problem . The employer is able to expand his business by saving money rather then giving it to employee.
I would like to ask the taxation office's opinion about it.


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Yeah - that employer does not pay tax for the employee and the employee does not pay their tax for the income they are getting. That's the issue here.


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hi,
This is even not legal or even not morally correct if you are under paying someone. whatever may be the reason, but If that person is not knowing the Australian Salary regarding law than one have no right to underpay him.

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This is even not legal or even not morally correct if you are under paying someone. whatever may be the reason, but If that person is not knowing the Australian Salary regarding law than one have no right to underpay him.
It was never about the "right" to underpay the students. It is just simply taking advantage on the 20 hours work limit.


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Asian employers in Australia breaking law on regular basis

Many of the key issues for this topic are exactly what time counts as “hours worked.” The focus is basically whether or not you are doing regular work duties. If so, that is working time that must be paid. Your employer must follow several sets of laws. Federal labor law applies to all employers. Each state also has its own additional requirements. Finally, the city in which you work might also have rules for your employer to follow.


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Immigration law is quite simple in this matter. If we have proved that you worked more than 20 hours in any week of your student visa stay, we cancel your visa and you are out.


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yes I think so too... it's all about trust and telling the truth
there are things that rules permit and just don't go overboard and things will go on smoothly....


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Immigration law is quite simple in this matter. If we have proved that you worked more than 20 hours in any week of your student visa stay, we cancel your visa and you are out.
It is clearly posted on the Immigration Office's website Conditions for Working While Studying


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AdamK is right......


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