The role of the Fair Work Ombudsman is to work with employees, employers, contractors and the community to promote harmonious, productive and cooperative workplaces. The Fair Work Ombudsman will investigate workplace complaints and enforce compliance with Australia’s workplace laws.
You can make a complaint to the Commonwealth Ombudsman using the online complaints form at http://www.ombudsman.gov.au. If you are unable to complete the online form, you can contact them on 1300 362 072.
Aims to improve safety, health and rehabilitation in the workplace, and to reduce death, injury and disease; target high consequence activities; be a responsive regulator; engage with the community and to ensure better return to work.
National workplace relations tribunal. It is an independant body with the power to carry out a range of functions relating to the safety net of minimum wages and employment conditions; enterprise bargaining; industrial action; dispute resolution; termination of employement and other workplace matters.
Enterprise Centres Tasmania is a statewide network of business advisors funded by the Tasmanian government
The service provides up to five hours of free and confidential business information, guidance and support services to existing and intending small business owners Business advisors are members of the community with expertise in small business, can assist with a wide range of business issues and refer clients to other sources of business support.
For referral to an Enterprise Centre, contact Business Tasmania on 1800 440 026 or email email@example.com
The Commonwealth Ombudsman provides an independent and impartial service, protecting the interests of private health insurance consumers. The Ombudsman can take complaints from health fund members, health funds, hospitals and medical practitioners. Complainants should try to resolve their complaint directly with their private health insurer before contacting the Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman.
Enquiries for all Commonwealth employees including Defence Forces. 8:30am to 5:00pm
Worker Assist Tasmania Inc. is a community legal centre that provides free confidential legal advice, information and assistance to injured Tasmanian workers.
We provide independent and unbiased advice regarding
- Workers compensation claims
- Return to work and rehabilitation issues following a workplace injury or illness and
- Claims under the Asbestos-related Disease Compensation Scheme
Worker Assist operates a statewide telephone service between 8:30am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. We welcome walk-ins to our premises at 212 Liverpool Street, Hobart.
Investigates & conciliates complaints of discrimination and breaches of human rights against the Commonwealth under the following acts: Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986, Racial Discrimination Act 1975, Sex Discrimination Act 1984, Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and Age Discrimination Act 2004
National Information Service: 10-4pm
Responsible for investigating and conciliating claims of discrimination under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1998 (Tasmania). Promotes non-discriminatory principles and practices through training and community education and distribution of information on discrimination.
Previously known as the Office of the Anti-Discrimination Commissioner.
Investigates complaints made about administrative actions of Tasmania Government Departments, most statutory authorities & Local Government.
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Understand your obligations under the Employer Sanctions Legislation
Discuss your VEVO registration requirements
IP Australia is the Australian Government agency that administers intellectual property (IP) rights and legislation relating to patents, trade marks, designs and plant breeder’s rights.
Available Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm.
The role of the Fair Work Ombudsman is to work with employees, employers, contractors and the community to promote harmonious, productive and co-operative workplaces. The Fair Work Ombudsman will investigate workplace complaints and enforce compliance with Australia’s workplace laws.
The Postal Industry Ombudsman (PIO) is an independent body that investigates complaints about the postal and courier industry. The PIO can investigate complaints about Australia Post, or about any other postal or courier operators that register with the scheme.
Online complaints form – https://forms.business.gov.au/smartforms/servlet/SmartForm.html?formCode=oco-complaint-form
The Self Representation Service can assist unrepresented litigants with civil law proceedings in the Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court relating to Bankruptcy and Fair Work.
They are unable to provide assistance for family and criminal law matters.
They can provide free assistance to individuals who:
- are involved in, or are considering commencing legal proceedings in the Federal Court or Federal Circuit Court.
- Have a legal issue that they have expertise in.
- Are not represented.
- Are unable to afford private legal assistance.
- Are ineligible for Legal Aid.
The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) provide information and assistance to small businesses and family enterprises, including referral to dispute resolution services.
The ASBFEO information line is open from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and is closed on Australian National Public Holidays.