A Brisbane sushi store is facing more than $630,000 in penalties for allegedly underpaying 34 staff.
The outlet is also accused of providing falsified documents to Fair Work inspectors to cover up the wage theft.
The huge penalties are ten times what normally applies to wage theft offences.
They are imposed in cases of serious contraventions of workplace laws involving the deliberate and systematic exploitation of vulnerable workers.
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