The Working Women’s Centre has teamed up with National Union of Students Welfare Department, (FUSA Flinders University Student Association, USASA UniSA Student Association, Adelaide University Union and Adelaide Young Christian Workers – YCW to present: 👉Your Rights at Work – Free webinar training for International Students in Australia

📆 30th June 2020
⏰ 6.00pm – 8.30pm ASCT (Adelaide, SA time)

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This free webinar is designed for international students studying in Australia, providing them with skills and resources to better equip them to assert their rights in the workplace and to fight exploitation.

We recognise that many international students are working casually, often well below the minimum wage and can be at greater risk of exploitation by their employer.

We also know that as the South Australian economy opens up, there will be greater compeittion for jobs and employers trying to cut corners.

Our team of experts will leave you with a better understanding of the Australian workplace laws and some ideas about how to address unfair treatment in your own workplace.

The webinar will help answer some of your questions such as:

❓ What are my basic workplace entitlements?

❓ What should I expect from my employer?

❓ I am being underpaid, what do I do?

❓ What rules does my employer have to follow? What about me?

❓ Where can I get more information?

❓ I have been working more than 20 hours a week, can I still complain?

There will be the opportunity to ask questions during the webinar in the Q&A chat.

🔵 🔵 This is a free event, but registration is a must.

If you can’t log on at 6.00pm ACST (Adelaide, South Australian time), don’t worry, the webinar will be recorded & accessible to those who have registered.

The Webinar will be broadcasted via Zoom. The link to the webinar will be sent out via email a few days before the event.

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We acknowledge that this event will stream from Kaurna land & we pay our respect to the traditional custodian’s of the land past, present & emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.