How do I complain about fair work?
Written complaints and feedback about Commission staff or administrative processes can be sent by:
- fax to 03 9655 0401.
- email to [email protected]
- post to The Director, Client Experience, Fair Work Commission, GPO Box 1994, Melbourne, VIC, 3001.
What can the Fair Work Ombudsman help with?
If you run a business, the Fair Work Infoline can assist you if you are confused about your rights and obligations as an employer. This includes advice about pay rates, terms and conditions of employment for employees, record keeping and pay slip obligations, and other rights and obligations under the FW Act.
How does the Fair Work Commission help employers?
The Fair Work Ombudsman We enforce compliance with the Fair Work Act 2009, related legislation, awards and registered agreements. We also help employers and employees by providing advice and education on pay rates and workplace conditions.
What do you need to know about the Fair Work Act?
have a benefit, role or responsibility under a workplace law (eg. The Fair Work Act 2009 or state/territory workers’ compensation legislation), instrument (eg. an award or registered agreement) or an order made by an industrial body (eg. the Fair Work Commission)
What to do if you lose your job because of Fair Work?
If you’ve lost your job, contact the Fair Work Commission (the Commission) first if you think you were sacked because of: another protected right. You have 21 days starting from the day after you were dismissed to lodge an application with the Commission. Check the information at the Commission website to find out if you can apply for:
Can a Fair Work Ombudsman help you with an unfair dismissal application?
The Fair Work Ombudsman can help you find out which, if any, award or enterprise agreement covers your employees. x ] Yes [ ] No FAIR WORK COMMISSION Form F3—Employer Response to Unfair Dismissal Application Sample only. This is not legal advice.
When does the Fair Work Act change for casual employees?
Changes to casual employment – industrial relations reforms On 26 March 2021, sections of the Fair Work Act relating to casual employees were amended. Find out about the changes to casual employment.