Melb Int'l Student Week – Workplace Rights and Exploitation

Learn about your rights and fair treatment in the Australian workplace.

This session is an opportunity to hear from Casi, a Senior Employment Lawyer from WEstjustice, a community legal centre in the western suburbs of Melbourne.

Casi helps international students with work-related legal problems through the International Students Employment and Accommodation Legal Service (ISEALS). ISEALS is run through the Study Melbourne Student Centre and helps students with legal questions about rights while working and renting in Victoria.

Casi will teach students and answer questions about:

  • Underpayment
  • Sham contracting/working on an ABN
  • Superannuation
  • Injuries at work
  • Bullying
  • Sexual harassment and discrimination at work
  • Unfair dismissal or forced resignation.

Date, times & location

Date: Tuesday, 10 May 2022

Times: 2-3pm OR 3.15-4.15pm AEST

Location: online and Job Shop (Building 10, Level 4, Room 70 – Melbourne City campus).

Attend this event in your home country

Students based in Vietnam and Malaysia can join this event by visiting a Study Melbourne Hub in your country and connecting through the live event stream. This is a great opportunity to connect with RMIT from your home country and make friends at the same time!

Join this event to enjoy free snacks, make friends and learn all about working and gaining experience in Australia.

Vietnam: Find out more and register here

Malaysia: Find out more and register here.

About Melbourne International Student Week

This event is part of Melbourne International Student Week. Melbourne International Student Week is supported by Study Melbourne, City of Melbourne, and Jobs Victoria, and is an initiative of the Committee for Melbourne’s Future Focus Group Program.

Check out all the events and celebrations happening as part of Melbourne International Student Week.

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