Thank you for your question. To Introduce myself I am a sydney based Solicitor and will do my best to provide you with relevant information to assist you.
What you are describing is bullying and intimidation and your partner has the right to lodge a complaint against the boss.
It is also a requirement by an employer to provide regular payslips to an employee particularly if the employee requires them.
the following link provides detailed information about bullying in the workplace thatMay assist your partner:
The payslip issue can be reported to Fair Work Australia.
I hope this is of assistance.
Thank you for you prompt reply.
You have just confirmed our thoughts with regard to bullying. I will speak with my partner when he returns home from work.
I will also speak to my partner re contacting Fair Work Australia with regard to the receiving of his weekly pay slips.
Many thanks again,
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