|Me fitting (or perhaps removing) a tyre during my earlier days at the former workplace.|
I'm not sure such flagrant disregard of employee rights is condonable. The thing that gets me about this whole debacle is my former employer's apparent nonchalance when reminded of his debts. I hope he can be taken to task and I will be willing to testify if any legal action is to be taken against him.
I'll still have to print the whole form out, sign it, and mail it to South Australia where Fair Work is based. So you guys in sg, count yourselves lucky in this regard, perhaps. You may not have much in the way of workers' rights, but at least when it comes to getting things done, it's convenient.
In my next post, I will be talking about The Green Home, where some 'inconvenient'-to-fit auto components end up, if a mechanic is dishonest/incompetent/lazy enough. Do you know if your mechanic is honest or competent?