High-profile media investigations have long suggested that underpayment of migrant workers is widespread. But concrete evidence has been lacking. Grattan Institute’s upcoming report presents new evidence that shows exploitation of migrant workers in Australia remains widespread. And underpayment is also a significant problem for Australian workers.

Join Grattan Institute experts Trent Wiltshire and Tyler Reysenbach for this special speed-briefing webinar event on their upcoming report Short-changed: How to stop the exploitation of migrant workers in Australia.


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Trent Wiltshire


Trent Wiltshire is the Deputy Director, Migration and Labour Markets, in Grattan Institute’s Economic Policy Program. He previously worked at the Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance, as Domain Group’s economist, and at the Reserve Bank of Australia. Trent holds a Master of Public Policy and Management from the University of Melbourne, a Bachelor of Commerce with Honours in Economics and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from Monash University.

Tyler Reysenbach


Tyler is an Associate at Grattan Institute. She previously worked as a data analyst in the Central Analytics Hub at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet on topics including the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and Australia’s reopening. She started her career at the Productivity Commission, working on the Indigenous Evaluation Strategy and Vulnerable Supply Chains inquiries. Tyler graduated from the University of Western Australia with First-Class Honours in Economics.