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Star Entertainment Group has identified underpayment of wages to nearly 2200 salaried team members through a six-year retrospective wage review of salaried team members underpinned by modern awards.

There were cases of team members who found themselves not to be ‘better off overall’ because the annual salary was not sufficient in comparison to what people earned for equivalent award entitlements such as overtime and penalty rates.

The United Workers Union and Fair Work Ombudsman have been informed about the underpayment and Star said it has “improved its processes, systems and training” and has a plan to ensure salaried staff are paid correctly in the future.

Star managing director and chief executive Matt Bekier apologised to team members impacted by the payment.

“Our priority is to address this issue and to ensure that it doesn’t happen again,” he said.