The Working Women’s Centre SA Inc
Offering free and confidential help with work issues
We can provide you with information and advice about:
Domestic violence & work
Rights at work
We also offer quality training and consultancy on these topics to managers, union representatives, and work groups.
For more information or help, call or email now.
In the media ‘Life saving advice in South Australian-first training program for hairdressers to spot signs of domestic violence’
Our training officer Casandra Deon-Wierda, made the front page news on The Advertiser, with a program to teach hairdressers and beauty therapists to spot the signs of domestic violence and respond...
Today our Director Abbey, Industry Super Chief Executive Bernie Dean, & SA Unions Secretary Angas Story stood together on the steps of Parliament of South Australia to discuss Industry Super 's...
The Working Women’s Centre (WWC) was established by the SA Trades Union Movement in 1979, in order to provide specialised assistance to vulnerable women in the workplace. Over the years the WWC has...
About our staff
The day to day work of the centre is carried out by a small team of staff members, which includes our Director, a Client Services Officer, three Industrial specialists, a Training Officer & an Administrative Assistant. Between them, they hold an immense knowledge of the issues and structures affecting working women & all areas of Industrial practise.
Our centre is open 9am to 5pm on all week days except Tuesday. On Tuesday we offer an answering service. We offer telephone based interpreting services for speakers of languages other than English.
Call us: 1800 652 697
In conjunction with other Working Women’s Centres, we run DV Work Aware, a program that can help your workplace to deal with the challenges posed by domestic violence at work.
Always was, Always will be.
The Working Women’s Centre Inc SA Management Committee and Staff acknowledge that the Kauna people are the traditional and continual custodians of the land upon which we carry out our work. First Nations’ sovereignty has never been ceded.