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Our team of Lawyers are here for you; to provide comprehensive and confidential legal advice to workers.
Our Centre is open from Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
We encourage work-related enquiries to be directed to the online form. Alternatively, you can call us on 800 652 697 (toll-free number) anytime.
If we are on another call, you can leave a voicemail and we will call you back.
The Working Women’s Centre SA Inc (WWC SA) is a non-government organisation that provides free advice and confidential information, support and representation to vulnerable workers residing in South Australia about their rights at work.
We have been operating out of Adelaide since 1979, and we are uniquely placed to advise, inform and represent workers on workplace issues including but not limited to the following:
Our team takes pride in assisting working women and gender diverse folk with their unique experience of the workplace.
We are committed to empowering workers and we aim to give workers the tools to advocate for themselves in their colleagues in the future. After coming to our service, we want you to have a deeper understanding of your rights at work.
We also focussed on working towards structural change for the inequities that arise from our casework and do so in the form of research, special project work and community education on workplace issues.
This training is for organisations to increase knowledge of what sexual harassment in the workplace is according to current legislation. Organisations will learn practical strategies to prevent sexual harassment at work and how to create a positive workplace culture, free from inappropriate behaviours.Learn more
Over $2,000,000 recovered since 2021 in stolen wages, compensation, penalties and lost income for working women and vulnerable workers
Vulnerable workers provided with legal advice in relation to their workplace rights (2022/2023 FY)
Vulnerable workers represented in Commissions and Tribunals (2022/2023 FY)
We run a range of events including:
- Outreach services such as free legal advice clinics.
- Free training sessions on topics surrounding gendered issues and work.
- Panel discussions with experts on workplace issues
- Educational webinars and podcast recordings.
- Free programs to support young people looking for work.
- Feminist action sessions - for young women interested in gender equality
Sexual Harassment is Australia’s most widespread work health safety issue. Every workplace should have a sexual harassment policy, we want to know if your workplace has one.Find out how you can help