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  •   Home > News > Business

    It's not the first time petrol stations have illegally docked workers' pay when customers drive off without paying

    It's not the first time petrol stations have illegally docked workers' pay when customers drive off without paying


    Mobil Porchester Road has been fined 20-thousand dollars for the offence.

    Labour Inspectorate Regional Manager Callum McMillan says they've been keeping a close eye on the retail sector, including petrol stations.

    He says since 2012 they've had 60 complaints and completed 78 investigations into fuel retailers.. including issues with petrol station drive-offs.

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