Crown back pays around 200 employees following another error

Updated:2024-03-20 09:16    Views:55

Crown Resorts has once again admitted fault with its business practices, this time due to its ‘record-keeping issues’ with 200 employees.

The Fair Work Ombudsman has enforced the action upon Crown for what the resort casino company describes as ‘legacy award interpretation.’

As a result, Crown has apologised for the error and paid back those affected by the issue. In this instance, Crown self-reported to the Ombudsman after if found the errors in a payroll review.

It has since upgraded its workforce management system and compliance framework, agreed to undergo independent audits and will make a contrition payment to bring the error to an end.

The last year has been a disaster for Crown Resorts, as it has become the focus of heavy scrutiny following huge breaches in anti-money laundering and corporate social responsibility failings – furthermore,Play Casino Online it is also alleged to have helped launder money for Chinese crime organisations.

In the last eight weeks alone, Crown has paid a AU$30m (US$19.8m) fine after being caught signing uncleared bank cheques and illegally allowing people to gamble.

Furthermore, just a month prior to its AU$30m fine, the resort agreed to pay AU$450m to the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) to put an end to its legal issues surrounding its numerous regulatory breaches.

This will now have to be approved by the Australian Federal Court, which will hear the case over the 10-11 July.  

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