Employment Legal Services

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Fair Work Commission
W: www.fwc.gov.au
E: inquiries@fwc.gov.au

South Australia
Level 6
Riverside Centre
North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000
T: 1300 799 675

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The Fair Work Australia (formerly the Australian Industrial Relations Commission) is the national workplace relations tribunal. It is an independent body with power to carry out a range of functions including:

  • providing a safety net of minimum conditions, including minimum wag...
Industrial Relations Commission & Workers Comp Tribunal (State)
T: 8207 0999
W: www.industrialcourt.sa.gov.au

Address
Level 6
Riverside Centre
North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000

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Industrial Relations Court & Commission
T: State: 8207 0999
T: Federal: 8207 0900
W: www.industrialcourt.sa.gov.au

SA Industrial Relations Tribunals
Level 6, Riverside Centre
North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000
F: 8207 0995

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South Australian Employment Tribunal (SAET)
T: 8207 0999
W: www.saet.sa.gov.au

Address
Level 6 Riverside Centre
North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000

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Working Women's Centre Inc. SA (WWC)
T: 8410 6499
T: Country Callers: 1800 652 697
W: www.wwc.org.au
E: wwc@wwc.org.au

Address
1st Floor, Station Arcade
52 Hindley Street
Adelaide, SA 5000
F: 8410 6770

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Working Women's Centres are not-for-profit, community organisations that support women employees or women who wish to work, whatever their age, ethnicity or work status, by providing a free and confidential service on work related issues. We work primarily with women who are not represented ...

Provide information, advice and support to women on work issues

Young Workers Legal Service (YWLS)
(SA Unions)
T: 8279 2233
W: www.ywls.org.au

Address
170 Greenhill Road
Parkside, SA 5063

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YWLS offer face to face appointments with trained volunteers, who can discuss your issue with you, The advice that the YWLS provides is free of charge. However, young workers are responsible for legal costs incurred, including lodgment fees, obtaining evidence and attending Tribunal hearings. The volunteer advisers at the YWLS take appointments every Tuesday.

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