See the information for employees in relation to:
Employers must also observe minimum standards
under fair work laws, in areas such as pay rates, leave, discrimination and termination of employment.
Workers are protected by law against discrimination on a range of grounds including age, gender and race. Learn about your rights and and how to deal with complaints as an employee and responsibilities as an employer.
The Office of the Employee Ombudsman
can help resolve disputes between workers, including home-based workers and their employers.
There are also avenues to resolve complaints involving rehabilitation and return to work
and apprentices and trainees
Read the Industrial Relation Commission's guide to unfair dismissal
, or get advice
from the Equal Opportunity Commission.
Find out what unfair dismissal
and termination mean under federal and state law, and what action employees can take.
Harassment and discrimination
If you think you’re a victim of unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment of victimisation, contact the Equal Opportunity Commission or the State Ombudsman.
Practical advice for employers and employees on dealing with the many kinds of workplace bullying and harassment can be found on the SafeWork SA website.
Learn about the rules governing termination of employment and find out about the required notice of termination and your entitlements.
Termination may result from:
Information and advice is also provided by the Legal Services Commission of South Australia.
Other websitesLegislation Fair Work Act 1994 Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1986 Equal Opportunity Act 1984 Training and Skills Development Act 2008
Minimum wage - SafeWork SA
Superannuation Law Handbook
Work cover - WorkCoverSA
Occupational health safety and welfare - WorkCoverSA