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 Can I get legal aid? (animated video) Can I get legal aid? (animated video)

Do you have questions about grants of legal aid? Watch our new animated video to find out more.

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 How can Legal Aid NSW help me? (animated video) How can Legal Aid NSW help me? (animated video)

Legal Aid NSW can help in lots of ways. Watch our new animated video to find out how.

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2019 Publications Catalogue 2019 Publications Catalogue

A catalogue of free Legal Aid NSW online and print publications.

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COVID-19: Employment COVID-19: Employment

You may be worried or confused about how COVID-19 will affect you and your everyday life. Sometimes a crisis can make legal problems worse or new problems might develop. This factsheet has information about your employment rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Employment Problems: Spot the Signs (Factsheet) Employment Problems: Spot the Signs (Factsheet)

Are you paid less that the minimum wage, cash in hand, or are you working for a 'trial' period without pay'. Legal Aid NSW can help you if you are being treated unfairly at work.

I am being investigated at work —what are my rights? I am being investigated at work —what are my rights?

It can be stressful and confusing to be told by your employer that you are being investigated for misconduct. This online fact sheet answers some common questions about workplace investigations.

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Legal Aid NSW application form (General) Legal Aid NSW application form (General)

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My Rights at Work: Australian Law and You My Rights at Work: Australian Law and You

My rights at work: Australian law and you is an online CLE resource about employment issues for people who have recently arrived in Australia. It can be delivered to students in Adult Migrant English programs, job seeker programs and other groups run by settlement services as well as groups who have varying levels of English understanding, including groups who need an interpreter. Speaker’s notes, PowerPoint presentations, ready-to-go workshop packages, handouts and videos are available online.

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Ripped off – your rights about unpaid wages and entitlements at work. Ripped off – your rights about unpaid wages and entitlements at work.

This booklet is aimed at young workers and provides information about wages and entitlements, and how to claim and recover unpaid amounts.

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Working with Children Check-Not happy with a decision? (Factsheet) Working with Children Check-Not happy with a decision? (Factsheet)

This fact sheet is about how to review a decision of the Office of the Children’s Guardian.

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Working with Children Checks- What do I need to know? (Factsheet) Working with Children Checks- What do I need to know? (Factsheet)

This fact sheet explains when you need a check, how to apply for one, and what happens after you apply.

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Working with Children Check-What do I need to know? ATSI (Factsheet) Working with Children Check-What do I need to know? ATSI (Factsheet)

This fact sheet explains when you need a check, how to apply for one, and what happens after you apply.

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