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Please note: some minimum wages, filing fees, income thresholds and other figures will change on 1 July 2020 and therefore might be slightly higher than the figures in our resources. We are in the process of updating our resources and should have the updated information available very shortly.

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Department of Social Services (for information about social welfare payments)

You may wish to use our InfoGuide if you do not know what employment law issue applies to you. Our InfoGuide will ask you questions about your employment to work out which of our fact sheets, information kits and other resources is best for you. You should use the InfoGuide if you have not called our Advice Line yet. Click here to go to the InfoGuide

You may find these fact sheets helpful if you already know what your employment law issue is and you would like some general information. Our fact sheets are designed to help you with common employment law claims, issues you may experience in the workplace and entitlements you may be able to receive. You should use the fact sheets if you have already called our Advice Line or used our InfoGuide.Click here to go to fact sheets

You may wish to use our information kits if you know that you can make a particular claim and would like specific information on how to make that claim. Our information kits are designed to help you lodge your claim, prepare for conferences or hearings and give you some information on what to expect from the process. You should use the information kits if you have already called our Advice Line or used our InfoGuide. Click here to go to the Information kits

You may wish to download a list of private solicitors who practise in employment law if you need more assistance than ELC can provide. You should download the private solicitors list if you have already called our Advice Line are not eligible for our services. Click here to go to the private solicitors list

The information videos explain the services offered by ELC, summarise workplace rights in Western Australia and let you know what your legal options might be if you have problems with your job. Click here to go to the videos

If you are having difficulty with any of the terminology used on this site our Glossary can assist by providing a quick reference guide to legal terms, services and organisations featured on the site. Click here to go to the glossary