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  • Hi I'm Thomas I'm a shop assistant

  • I am a dress maker

  • I'm a child care worker

  • I'm a bar manager

  • I'm a shop manager

  • I'm a hairdresser

  • I am a cook

  • I am a forklift driver

  • I am a waitress

  • I am a factory worker

  • do you know about Australia's workplace laws and how they protect you?

  • they may be very different to your country of birth

  • knowing about our rights as workers

  • and where to go for help and advice is really important

  • it doesn't matter how long you will be staying in Australia

  • if you're working you have rights

  • most workplaces are governed by the National Fair Work system

  • and most jobs in the system a covered by a modern award

  • there are many different types of awards covering different industries and occupations

  • and yours will generally set out things like your minimum wage

  • hours of work and rest breaks

  • like everyone in the Fair Work System

  • also protected by the National Employment Standards or NES

  • these are 10 basic minimum standards that all workers receive

  • including things like annual leave parental leave

  • and notice of termination of employment

  • is a good place to find information about your workplace rights in Australia

  • on this website you'll find tools and resources to help you learn about

  • and understand your rights and responsibilities at work

  • when you start a job

  • it's a good idea to visit

  • print a copy of the My Employment checklist

  • filling it in can help you answer questions you may have about your job

  • and your workplace rights.

  • The checklist is available online in your language.

  • Another useful resource is the Fair Work Information Statement.

  • When you start a new job your employer should provide you with a copy

  • if you don't already have one you can download it from in your language

  • your workplace rights and entitlements

  • are protected and enforced by the Fair Work Ombudsman

  • the role the Fair Work Ombudsman includes

  • helping employees, employers, contractors

  • and the community to understand and comply with

  • Australia's workplace laws.

  • You can contact the Fair Work Ombudsman for information and advice about your work situation

  • this service is free to all people and your questions can be answered confidentially

  • visit

  • or call the Fair Work InfoLine on 13 13 94

  • if you need an interpreter you can call via the translating and interpreting service 131 450

  • If you have questions about your job

  • or issue arises it's a good idea to speak with your employer first

  • often an issue arises because of a breakdown in communication

  • or simple mistake that's the easy to fix

  • if your employer cannot help or you need more information you can visit

  • or call the Fair Work InfoLine

  • remember the Fair Work Ombudsman provides free information and advice

  • and services are available in your language

  • and if you know about a friend or family member who needs help

  • tell them to visit

  • every workers conditions and circumstances are different

  • the important reminder is its ok to speak up

  • ask questions and seek help.

  • Know your workplace, know your rights

Hi I'm Thomas I'm a shop assistant


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オーストラリアで働く - 英語 (Working in Australia - English)

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