Allan Fels says 7-Eleven’s $173m wage theft bill should have been higher

Allan Fels said the $173 million represented only a fraction of the chain's unpaid wages.

Convenience store chain 7-Eleven has paid back $173 million to more than 4000 victims of endemic wage theft at its franchise network, but former Australian Competition and Consumer Commission boss Allan Fels said that amount represented only a fraction of the chain’s unpaid wages.

Allan Fels says 7-Eleven’s $173m wage theft bill should have been higher

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