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A unique opportunity for law students to engage with employment law

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Supporting students' work rights

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Fact Sheets about a number of employment law issues

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About Us

JobWatch is an independent, not-for-profit employment rights community legal centre supporting workers in Victoria, Queensland and Tasmania with their rights at work. We are committed to improving the lives of workers, particularly the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. Established in 1980, we are the only service of our kind in Victoria, Queensland and Tasmania.

Our primary activities include our Telephone Information Service, our legal practice, our law reform work and community legal education.

We support over 16,000 workers across the country every year with their rights at work, so we are in a unique position to understand new and emerging trends in employment law and its impact on everyday workers.

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Our Strategic Plan 2021-25

Our Vision

A society where all workers are empowered and protected, with access to employment justice.

Our Purpose

To support and protect the employment rights of vulnerable workers, especially those most disadvantaged.

Our Priorities

  • Informed and empowered community with rights protected
  • Holistic services with choice of access
  • Organisational growth backed by efficiency
  • Skilled and resourced team, with a culture of excellence
  • Profile and recognition as an expert specialist
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IEAA Best Practice Award 2021 – International Student Driver Delivery Training Program

Issued by International Education Association of Australia (IEAA)

The International Student Driver Delivery Training Program is an educational training program on work rights, road safety, and legal rights and responsibilities for international students who are supplementing their income in Australia through the gig-economy of food delivery driving. The Program was jointly created by the Fit2Drive network, Swinburne University, D’Accord OAS, and JobWatch Inc with funding from Study Melbourne, to educate new arrivals and existing vulnerable cohorts.

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