by Jimmy5000  27/08/2018  173 Page Views
4 Comments  Employment law, compensation law
My employer, who I do contract work for, makes me travel @300km to a job which takes me around 3 hours to get to and back, but won't compensate me for that time spent travelling and I also have to pay for the fuel used to do the trip. If I refuse to go to those particular jobs I am threatened with dismissal.

One job recently for example was for $100 pay from my employer, it was a two and half hour round trip minimum, and I also had to pay the fuel myself. So I had around 50 left after job completed. Given that the job only took about 20 minutes, this still can't be right can it?