If you are a telecommunication technician who worked for BSA Ltd under a sub-contracting arrangement, you may actually be an employee and owed statutory entitlements such as superannuation, minimum wage and annual leave.
Shine Lawyers has commenced a class action against BSA alleging it misrepresented the true nature of its relationships with telecommunication technicians and denying them of their rightful employment entitlements. We believe they should be fairly compensated.
What is the BSA Limited Class Action about?
We allege that since 2003, BSA Limited was engaging in “sham contracting”. That is, BSA misrepresented their working agreements with technicians as being sub-contracting arrangements rather than employment. If found to be employees, technicians may be owed the following statutory employment entitlements:
- Minimum wage
- Annual and long service leave
- Other payments under the Fair Work Act (2009) and Telecommunications Services Award.
Can I join the BSA Limited Class Action?
To be a part of this class action you must:
- Have been engaged by BSA Limited, either directly or via an intermediary (also known as a ‘Prime Contractor’) as an independent contractor, to provide services as a telecommunication technician.
- Have worked for BSA in the period from 2003 to date.
If you answered yes to the above, you may be entitled to compensation and you are encouraged to register for the BSA Limited Class Action.
How to register for the BSA Limited Class Action
To register for the BSA Limited Class Action on a no-cost, obligation-free and completely confidential basis, please click the ‘Register Now’ button below and fill out the registration form.
Who is Shine Lawyers’ Class Action team?
Shine Lawyers’ Class Action team includes some of the firm’s most experienced solicitors and support staff. The team includes: