Most of these workers are students aged under 21 and belong to non-English speaking backgrounds, for example from India, China or other countries who do part time jobs to get money for their study while being in university. These employees are on contract or part time or outsourced who are called as peripheral employees. The peripheral employees are not permanent as core workers and hence they do not get all benefits as like core employees. Over the legal dispute, Federal court found that the wages per paid less than minimum and ordered the café to pay the remaining amount for all workers. Basically, students do not care much about the wages as they think whatever extra they are getting out of their study duration seems good for them and hence they do not raise their voice (Hofstede Official, 2016). This influences other people who join further as the businesses continue paying low wages. In the current scenario, the café owners are the bourgeois who controls the capital and the workers are the proletariat according to Marxism theory (Kaps, 1997). These low wage workers are worried about their job security a lot due to high unemployment and have urgent need of cash. Therefore, these workers do not complain or express disappointment for their wages.