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Minimum rights of employees – other language translations

Information on minimum employment rights and responsibilities is available in a range of languages, or download our quick guide.

Employment learning modules

Learn about your rights and responsibilities as employees and employers through Employment Learning Modules. It’s free to access the modules.

The ‘An Introduction To Your Employment Rights’ module – a quick summary to employment rights – is available in five languages:

  • Simplified Chinese (您的就业权利简介)
  • Hindi (रोज़गार के अधिकारों का परिचय)
  • Samoan (Se faatomuaga i aiātatau faalegaluega)
  • Korean (피고용인의 권리 안내), and
  • Tagalog (Panimula sa Iyong mga Karapatan sa Trabaho)

Sign up to Employment Learning Modules (external link)

Quick guide: Know your employment rights

An overview of some of the key minimum employee rights.

Minimum employment rights and responsibilities

More detailed information about minimum employment rights and responsibilities.

Note: The translated guides below are currently being updated.

For the latest law changes, see:

Guide translations

Domestic violence leave

The Domestic Violence – Victims’ Protection Act gives people affected by domestic violence more legal protections at work.

Employment mediation quick guide

An overview of the mediation process and what to expect.

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Page last revised: 01 April 2019

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