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The Young Workers Advice Service goes beyond merely informing and educating young people about their rights at work. We’re actively working with young workers to make real change.
Elijah SmithService Officer, Young Workers Centre
For the first time in the ACT, young workers will be able to obtain information and advice on their workplace rights from one centralised place, using a variety of tools, including online and phone-based systems. The service will provide trusted advice and assistance to Canberra’s young workers.
Rachel Stephen-SmithFormer ACT Industrial Relations Minister
We're building power with young workers to tackle the wage-theft crisis and develop the next generation of union leaders.
Kasey TomkinsSecretary, UnionsACT
Great work UnionsACT. ACT young workers will now have quick and low cost justice.
Sally McManusSecretary, ACTU
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The hospitality industry is simply one of many industries that is rampant with abuse and exploitation. The Young Workers Survey of 2021 highlights an