A Japanese burger chain has back-paid more than $1 million to Queensland workers.

MOS Burger Australia underpaid 285 workers across the company’s six Queensland stores between 2011 and 2018, the Fair Work Ombudsman said.

Fair Work said MOS Burger had rectified all unpaid wages and superannuation, ranging from $18 to $31,975.Credit:Facebook

A Fair Work investigation into the company found it had paid unlawfully low flat rates to workers, and misclassified some employees as part time when they were actually casual staff.

Workers were employed to make food and serve customers, and as store supervisors and managers at outlets in Brisbane, Surfers Paradise, Southport, Broadbeach, Mt Gravatt and Sunnybank.

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