Franchisees at United Petroleum service stations have told the ABC that staff at some sites are being underpaid and allege the company has been warned. The petrol station giant has rejected the claims, saying it “would never be involved in a business ripping off workers”. United Petroleum franchisees have told the ABC similar problems exist at United, with some underpaid employees on temporary visas and therefore reluctant to complain.

United Petroleum sites go under the hammer

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