The Uniting Church ripped off 9,500 aged care workers by more than $3.3 million, but will not be prosecuted.
Instead, the Fair Work Ombudsman has offered the organisation the chance to enter into an Enforceable Undertaking.
However, the agreement does not require a “contrition payment” which means Uniting avoids a financial penalty.
Industrial advocates describe the Enforceable Undertaking as “a joke” because it lets Uniting off the hook.
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