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Former Gill’d employee takes her case to FWC


A former Grill’d employee is taking her former employer to court after she was allegedly fired for questioning the company’s pay and conditions.

An online petition has been formed, generating more than 20,000 signatures in support of getting the young woman her job back.

Panorama spoke to Anthony Massaro, principal lawyer of Russell Kennedy Lawyers and a former Grill’d employee who wishes to remain anonymous.

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Lindsey Green

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