These resources are from the Employment Law Centre WA.

The links below are not intended to be comprehensive; nor legal advice.  These resources and links are intended to be for informational purposes only, and are not a substitute for independent professional advice. Before acting or relying on any content found on this website or links, you should seek legal or other professional advice for your particular circumstances from a community legal centre, or another lawyer.

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If you have been dismissed from your employment, be aware that you may have as little as 21 days to make a claim.
Employment Law in WA

What to do if you lose your job 

Have I been dismissed unfairly?

Unfair Dismissal for State System Employees

Unfair Dismissal for National System Employees

I felt forced to resign from my job.

Constructive Dismissal

I think I am being paid incorrectly.

Wages for State System Employees

Wages for National System Employees

Are my working conditions meeting the minimum standard?

Minimum conditions at work

General protections for National System Employees

What can I do if I have missed the deadline for making a claim against my employer?

Missing the Deadline for Making a Claim

Do you have more questions?  

 Visit the Employment Law Centre of WA's:

InfoGuide - This is designed to help you work out what your main employment law issues are likely to be. The InfoGuide will ask you questions about your employment to work out which fact sheets, information kits and other resources from the Employment Law Centre of WA are best for you.

Resource Page  

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You can contact the Employment Law Centre Advice Line on 1300 130 956 or (08) 9227 0111 if you are eligible for assistance and have an issue they can assist you with. 

Additional useful information and resources can be found on the Legal Aid WA website:

Find Legal Answers – Your rights at work