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BOQ expects to back pay $11m in SGBY KARREN VERGARA | WEDNESDAY, 30 SEP 2020 12:31PM
The Bank of Queensland has failed to pay several workers their superannuation benefits, in a failure that could potentially blow out to $11 million in back payments.
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