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The Protective Power of Job Security

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This podcast/webinar recording should not be taken as legal advice. Can you really...

Babies, Bosses and the 9-5 – a webinar on parental leave, childcare and flexible working arrangements

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This webinar should not be taken as legal advice. In the first 12...

Employment Law 101 Small Business Webinar X Hen House co-op

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This webinar should not be taken as legal advice. Created and hosted in...

LGBTIQA+ Legal Rights and Protections Webinar

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This webinar should not be taken as legal advice. Have you experienced discrimination...

Small Business Industrial Relations Seminar: in the South Australian Hospitality Industry

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This webinar should not be taken as legal advice. In this webinar Industrial...

Workplace Checkup: SACOSS X WWC SA

The Workplace Check-Up webinar aims to give you the tools to make sure your workplace is safe, healthy and an environment in which your employees can thrive. The workshop...

Working from home: Risks and Rewards

There have been many claims that Working from Home (WFH) will spearhead a feminist revolution, likening the change in our work environment to the structural changes we saw for...

Your Rights At Work – A Webinar for International Students in Australia

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 Student Representative Council, Adelaide...

Wage Theft in SA

Wage Theft in South Australia is an epidemic. The McKell Institute estimates that wage theft is costing South Australian workers $500 million a year. The Working Women’s Centre SA...

Young Women & COVID19

The impact of COVID19 on young women has been devastating. The pandemic has hit every aspect of our lives: Financially, through job losses or reduced hours Insecurity in current...

Reclaim the workplace

October is sexual violence awareness month, and Reclaim the Night is a march that is traditionally held on the last Friday of October, to reclaim the streets so that...

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