Advice for small business in Adelaide

17 May 2016

The Fair Work Ombudsman will engage with South Australian small business operators at this Thursday's SA Migrant Small Business Expo at Woodville.

The Agency will be an exhibitor at the Expo, to be staged at Woodville Town Hall from 10am to 4pm on Thursday, May 19.

Fair Work Ombudsman staff will be on hand to answer questions from small business owners on the day.

And the Assistant Director of the Fair Work Ombudsman's Overseas Workers Team, Ms Brodie Smith, will also be part of an expert Q&A panel.

The SA Migrant Small Business Expo brings together all the information needed to start, grow and manage a small business.

The event includes presentations, expert panels, networking opportunities and specialist exhibits from key service providers and government agencies across federal, state and local government.

The Fair Work Ombudsman is committed to working with migrant and community groups and associated government agencies with the view to enhancing businesses and helping them to meet their workplace obligations.

Employers seeking advice on meeting their workplace obligations are encouraged to visit or contact the Fair Work Infoline on 13 13 94. A dedicated Small Business Helpline is available at request.

An interpreter service is also available by calling 13 14 50 and information and helpful materials on the website are translated into 27 different languages.

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Media inquiries:

Bryan Littlely, Assistant Director, Media
Mobile: 0447 692 007

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