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The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) has Noosa businesses in its sights including farms and food outlets.

The FWO is working on intelligence such as anonymous reports and other factors like the vulnerability of visa holder workers.

Fair Work Ombudsman Anna Booth said the inspections aimed to protect vulnerable workers, with fast food, restaurant and café sectors a priority.

Inspectors on the Sunshine Coast are busy this week visiting farms and eateries to speak with employees and hold employers to account if they are not meeting their obligations.

“We will take enforcement action where appropriate.” Booth said.

“We know the agriculture and fast food, restaurant and café sectors employ many young workers and visa holders who can be vulnerable to exploitation, as they are often unaware of their workplace rights and unwilling to speak up. Migrant workers may also have limited English skills.

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