• Working Women Queensland(WWQ) provides a free, confidential & supportive service to help vulnerable women with work-related matters

      Problems At Work?

      For Queensland women who are seeking assistance about issues at work, we are pleased to advise that our telephone advice service has now resumed on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Please call 1800 621 458 on these days if you would like to speak to an industrial officer about your workplace concern.


      Jobwatch in Victoria receives funding to assist Queensland Workers and can be contacted during business hours on: 1800 331 617 (free call) or (03) 9662 1933 

      If you are thinking of making a complaint about a problem at work or about being dismissed there are strict time limits that are in place. Please contact the Fair Work Ombudsman on 13 9494 for further details.

      Community Legal Centres in your area may also be able to provide advice and there is more information available on their website:  http://communitylegalqld.org.au/

      Click here for information sheets on issues at work including:

      • DV & work
      • Underpayment
      • General protections
      • Discrimination
      • Keeping well at work
      • Workplace harassment
      • Termination of employment
      • Parental leave
      • Terms & Conditions of employment
      • Privacy & social media

      Need assistance outside of Queensland? Visit Working Women’s Centres

      Latest News

      What’s new?

      Posted on May 15, 2017

      From January 2018, Working Women Qld will operate as a program of Basic Rights Qld Inc. The service will still provide the same telephone advice line for vulnerable women and will continue to be part of the National Working Women’s Centres

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        Please visit the Basic Rights Qld Inc website for more information about donations to our program:  http://www.brq.org.au/support-our-work/

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