We are currently running a class action against Domino’s Pizza for widespread underpayment workers. Find out how you can register for this class action and claim your unpaid wages and entitlements.

Am I eligible for this class action?

You may be able to claim unpaid wages from Domino’s if you:

  1. were employed in Australia as a Domino’s delivery driver or an in-store worker;
  2. worked at a franchise store; and
  3. were employed at any time between 24 June 2013 and 24 January 2018.

If you think you are eligible, we encourage you to register now for this class action.

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Registering for the class action

Registration is free and confidential. With this case going to trial in November 2022, we encourage you to register as soon as possible.

There are many benefits to registering to the class action:

  • You will receive regular updates about the case.
  • We can contact you if you become eligible for compensation.
  • Information about your underpaid wages may help us achieve a better settlement.
  • You may be able to receive compensation early if the class action settles before trial.

If you would like more information about registration you can join our Domino’s Australia Class Action Facebook Group or contact:
dominosclassaction@phifinneymcdonald.com
+61 (0)3 9134 7100

About the case

The class action alleges that until 24 January 2018, Domino’s instructed its Australian franchisees to pay delivery drivers and in-store workers under the wrong employment agreements.

As a result, most delivery drivers and in-store workers in Australia were paid less than they should have been paid.

These workers should have received entitlements such as:

  1. 25% loading for casual workers;
  2. additional penalty rates for working after-hours, on weekends and on public holidays; and
  3. a laundry allowance to assist with uniform cleaning.

It is alleged that these workers should have been paid under the Fast Food Industry Award. Under the Award, workers would have received these entitlements, an allowance for deliveries per shift as well as a minimum 3-hour shifts.

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How much does it cost to take part in the class action?

It does not cost anything to register for the class action.

This class action is being funded by Therium, which means:

  • You will not have to pay any money upfront for legal fees or any other expenses.
  • You will not be responsible for paying Domino’s costs or other costs if the class action is not successful.

If we win the class action, group members will pay their share of legal costs and expenses and a funding commission to Therium, and this will be deducted from any monetary compensation obtained by group members before any money is distributed to group members.

All costs payable to the lawyers and funder, and final amounts to be paid to group members, must first be approved by the Court whose role it is to assess whether those amounts are fair and reasonable for group members.

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In the media

Domino’s ‘exploited’ workers, says ex-employee fronting major lawsuit – A Current Affair

Domino’s Pizza faces class action lawsuit for alleged systematic underpayment – Nine News

Domino’s Pizza hit by class action lawsuit – SBS News

Pizza giant Domino’s accused of underpaying staff, taken to court – Perth Now

Domino’s courting class action from underpaid workers – Lawyers Weekly

‘Unprecedented misconduct’: Domino’s faces class action over alleged underpayments – Smart Company