Resources and Fact Sheets

Client Information Brochure

This brochure outlines what you can expect as a client of the NTWWC.

Client Information Brochure

Women and Work Fact Sheets

These fact sheets provide general information about rights and entitlements, as well as responsibilities, and an overview of employment law.

By being aware of your rights, and knowing where to find further information and assistance, women workers will be in a stronger position to make informed decisions or to take action to address a problem at work.

Acknowledgements and Introduction Acknowledgements and Introduction (134 KB)

Who is the NT Working Women's Centre? Who is the NT Working Women's Centre? (215 KB)

Where do I find my conditions of employment? Where do I find my conditions of employment? (254 KB)

What are the different ways of working? What are the different ways of working? (234 KB)

What about my pay? What about my pay? (303 KB)

What leave can I take? What leave can I take? (250 KB)

What is superannuation? What is superannuation? (225 KB)

Termination of employment Termination of employment (377 KB)

Negotiating with your employer Negotiating with your employer (216 KB)

Workplace Health and Safety Workplace Health and Safety (226 KB)

Workers' compensation Workers' compensation (242 KB)

Discrimination and sexual harassment Discrimination and sexual harassment (237 KB)

General protections and adverse action General protections and adverse action (260 KB)

Parenting and pregnancy Parenting and pregnancy (211 KB)

Workplace bullying Workplace bullying (274 KB)

Unions and employee associations Unions and employee associations (216 KB)

Balancing work and family Balancing work and family (0 KB)

Email, internet and Facebook at work Email, internet and Facebook at work (225 KB)

Domestic violence, sexual assault and the workplace Domestic violence, sexual assault and the workplace (208 KB)

Where can I get more help? Where can I get more help? (246 KB)

List of acronyms List of acronyms (194 KB)

NTWWC Silk Banner

Silk Banner made by textile artist Joanna Barrkman and friends, staff and committee of management of the Centre. It was based on a water colour painting by Adrienne Wiliams in 1998

Information about Workplace Bullying

Making a Difference is an excellent resource to assist employees and employers understand what workplace bullying is and consider how it can be addressed.