Have you worked in sales and marketing company and been unfairly treated?
We are running several claims in the sales and marketing industry for wage underpayments and other
unfair treatment in the workplace.
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Every employee in Australia is entitled to a minimum wage and we are committed to getting underpaid direct sales and marketing employees the wage they deserve.
We are currently running claims on behalf of direct sales workers. Based on our instructions, the workers were miscategorised as independent contractors and should be recognised as employees.
If you are an employee, you are entitled to certain benefits that independent contractors are not, including:
- a minimum wage;
- sick leave, annual leave and leave loading (where applicable);
- superannuation contributions from your employer;
- other entitlements like travel allowance, meal allowance, living away from home allowance, uniform allowance etc (where applicable).
If you signed an independent contractor agreement, this does not always mean that you are an independent contractor. You may be an employee if:
- you are being given specific directions about how to perform your work;
- you are required to work a set of standard hours;
- you were provided with the tools and material to perform your role;
- your role was expected to be ongoing with promises of “career progression”;
- you could not promote your own brand separately when selling any products.