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A key function of the Fair Work Ombudsman is to enforce compliance with awards, enterprise agreements and other statutory obligations. Fair Work Inspectors are appointed by the Fair Work Ombudsmen to assist in this function.

An audit from the Fair Work Ombudsman can be intimidating. However, the following article sets out some of the key powers that the Fair Work Ombudsman may seek to use against businesses during this time.

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