An employment arrangement can end for a whole range of reasons – this site can help you make sure it is done the right way.
State Training Services manages activities and programs which address the NSW Government's policies on the state's future skills needs.
Information about discrimination and anti-discrimination laws in Australia.
Australian apprenticeships are the best way to combine training and employment and can lead to a nationally recognised qualification.
There are exciting opportunities for people at all stages in their career - from entry level jobs, graduates, apprentices and trainees, people returning to work and transferring from the private sector.
Tax information from the Australian Taxation Office.
A guide to help you apply for NSW Government jobs.
The NES provide these 10 minimum entitlements for employees in the national system from 1 January 2010.
EmployABILITY is the NSW Government’s strategy to increase the employment of people with disability, including people with mental illness in the NSW public sector.
This site provides guidance on how to write and what to include in a resume.
Information on apprenticeships, traineeships and access to accredited training in NSW that will help you into a job.
Leave entitlements for all employees covered by national workplace laws are included in the National Employment Standards (NES).
If an employee thinks that he/she has been unfairly dismissed by their employer, it may be possible that an unfair dismissal claim can be made to the New South Wales Industrial Relations Commission.
Information about starting a new job, getting paid, your entitlements, leaving work, health and safety, and young workers.
The Centre for Volunteering is the peak body in NSW promoting and supporting volunteering and community participation.
Provides information about getting a job, at work, leaving a job and workplace rights.
This portal provides information for all centrelink services that individuals may require.