Young Workers Centre welcomes court decision: casual employment arrangements can't strip permanent workers of rightsThe Young Workers Centre at
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We provide free information, assistance and referrals for workers in the ACT aged under 25.
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The Young Workers Centre goes beyond merely informing and educating young people about their rights at work. We’re actively working with young workers to make real change.
Arian McVeighManager, Young Workers Centre
We're building power with young workers to tackle the wage-theft crisis amd develop the next generation of union leaders.
Alex WhiteSecretary, UnionsACT
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
Great work UnionsACT. ACT young workers will now have quick and low cost justice.
Sally McManusSecretary, ACTU
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