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

In this webinar Industrial Officer Lungaka Mbedla from the Working Women’s Centre SA Inc presents an overview of the common workplace issues in the hospitality industry in South Australia....

Sexual harassment case studies

Case Summaries Sexual harassment in the workplace is an ongoing and increasingly publicised topic. More and more women contact our centre daily to seek advice in relation to the...

Have you experienced discrimination at work? [flowchart]

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This flowchart should not be taken as legal advice. This flowchart provides an...

SA lockdown financial relief

Fact sheet for workers Thousands of workers have had to stop working due to the South Australian lockdown. If you have lost income, there are a few different types...

Working through the lockdown

Information for supermarket workers and other essential workers Does my employer have to take COVID-19 precautions?    COVID-19 is a safety risk for essential workers who are working during the lockdown. Your employer must ensure...

Young workers and sexual harassment – what are my rights?

Young female workers under 30 years old are particularly at risk of sexual harassment in the workplace. It can be tricky to know how to handle an uncomfortable situation,...

Resigning from your job

This information is intended to assist with preparing and participating in conciliation conferences with the Fair Work Commission, South Australian Employment Tribunal, Equal Opportunity Commission, and the Australian Human...

Conciliation Conference Information

This information is intended to assist with preparing and participating in conciliation conferences with the Fair Work Commission, South Australian Employment Tribunal, Equal Opportunity Commission, and the Australian Human...

How to spot a Sham Contract in a Job Advertisement.

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This toolkit should not be taken as legal advice. When applying for a...

Arts workers: know your rights at work!

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This toolkit should not be taken as legal advice.   Who is an...

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...

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...

Template for how to write a letter of demand

Instructions Do not include this first page of instructions in your letter of demand. Delete this section after reading it. This letter sets out how to write a letter...

Sexual Harassment at work

What is sexual harassment? Sexual harassment is unwelcome sexual behaviour where the victim feels offended, intimidated or humiliated, and it is reasonable in the circumstances to feel that way....

Underpayments: Have you been paid correctly?

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This should not be taken as legal advice.   What is wage theft?...

Disciplinary Meetings: What do I do?

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This toolkit should not be taken as legal advice. Part I Your employer...

Unfair Dismissal

Please note that this is general information & may not be relevant to your particular matter. This should not be taken as legal advice. Important: You have 21 days...

Should I resign? Important information to consider before handing in your resignation.

Should I resign? Short answer: Not before you receive some advice about your issue. Every day we receive phones calls from workers who have resigned from their employment because...

Dealing with Workplace stress – Workers Compensation

These factsheets have been a result of a project developed by Anne Purdy & Jaspreet, supported by the Augusta Zadow Awards. These factsheets have been designed & translated to help...

Claiming Worker’s Compensation

These factsheets have been a result of a project developed by Anne Purdy & Jaspreet, supported by the Augusta Zadow Awards. These factsheets have been designed & translated to help...

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