Young Workers Legal Centre

You can fill out the form on our website or email us directly at youngworkerscbr@unionsact.org.au for advice on your rights at work. Shelley worked in a health food store for about 3 years. She was a member of an Australian employment contract for 2 1/2 years. The store was sold to new owners. It was then made “occasional”. Dale was a 2nd year construction apprentice. He learned that his grandfather had died suddenly and that he was due to attend the funeral in rural South Africa. Help us campaign against wage theft. Tell us what`s going on in your workplace.

We keep your personal information confidential: access our free workplace fact sheets on wages, payroll, health and safety, terms and conditions of employment and more. Alex is 17 years old. He has been working for the same supermarket for 18 months. It is part of a chain across South Africa. During the first year, he worked consistent hours of about 15 hours per week. We train future leaders of the labour movement by providing them with free training and development. Stacey worked for several years in a courier company. It was a male-dominated workplace.

Do you have problems at work? YLA`s Young Workers Rights Department can help! If you live in New South Wales, ACT or the Northern Territory and have a question about your rights at work, call us on 1800 953 673 or get help below. If you have a problem or question, you can send it to us today and we can provide you with free advice, information and recommendations to solve your problem. Just click the button below. Are you a teacher in a school or college? We offer free information sessions and presentations on workplace rights and health and safety. Volunteer at the centre and help take action to end wage theft, exploitation and precarious work in the CWC. This article is sponsored by our partner AustralianSuper. If you`ve had more than one job, it`s very likely that you could have more than just as many.

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