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The Fair Work Commission accepts applications about unfair dismissal.
If you think you or someone you know has been unfairly dismissed contact the Fair Work Commission as soon as possible.
Workers' compensation is governed by individual states and territories and isn't an area that we can help with.
To make a report about workers' compensation contact the workers' compensation regulator in your state or territory.
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We're unable to accept reports about tax or superannuation as these aren't covered by the Fair Work system.
To make a report about unpaid tax or superannuation contact the Australian Taxation Office .
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