Employment Rights for International Students - Presented by Job Watch

Learn about Australian workplace rights and how to access support if your rights are infringed.

This is an opportunity for RMIT international students to hear from community legal centre, Job Watch, about Australian workplace rights and where you seek advice from if you ever experience exploitative work practices.

This workshop will cover all you need to know in terms of working rights in Australia and how they are relevant to you including:

  • Underpayments
  • Independent contracting vs employment
  • Cash in hand
  • Employment scams
  • Unpaid trial work
  • Discrimination, bullying, and harassment
  • Leave
  • Minimum and Award Wages
  • Entitlements 
  • Links to more information and support
     

Date, time & location

Date: Wednesday 25 May 2022

Time: 12 noon - 1pm AEST

Location:

  • In-person – Building 10, Level 4, Room 70, 124 Swanston Street, Melbourne. Register now
Registration:

This event is funded by the Victorian Government through Study Melbourne.

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