On The Run

Adero is investigating potential wage underpayments owing to employees at least 145 On The Run branded petrol and convenience stores located throughout South Australia.   

Disclaimer: Adero Law confirms receipt of a second letter of demand sent by Piper Alderman in relation to their client, Peregrine Corporation, and their clients concerns on the use of photographs of On The Run branded service stations, photographed from public land and published with the photographers permission, being published on our website. Adero Law has taken steps to remove these photographs from our website and replaced them with a tasteful and timeless rendition of Where’s Waldo.

Adero Law has been instructed about potential wage underpayments within the On The Run group of companies. Typical patterns of our client’s concerns include:

  • Traineeship programs that were not genuine but were used as a device to pay employees below minimum rates of pay;
  • Traineeship programs that were irrelevant to employed duties;
  • Employees being rostered to work overtime hours but receiving no additional payments; and
  • Incorrect Award classifications.

Adero believes that these patterns of behaviour, if established, are likely to produce substantial wage underpayments under Australian law.

If any of the above reflect your experience with On The Run, please contact Adero Law via the “Register Interest” button to receive further information about your options and legal rights.

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Upon submission, our team of lawyers will be in contact with you to see whether you have a claim.

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