Preventing workplace problems
One of the best ways to make sure you have a productive working environment, free from problems and conflict, is to prevent problems from happening in the first place.
On this page:
- Know your rights and obligations
- Stay up-to-date with workplace law changes
- Communication in the workplace
- Related information
Know your rights and obligations
By knowing your workplace rights and obligations, you can avoid any issues that may arise when there is a question or dispute about pay or conditions at work. We have resources to help you find out what applies to you.
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Stay up-to-date with workplace law changes
It’s important to stay up-to-date with changes to workplace laws. Minimum pay rates under awards and the National Minimum Wage usually change once a year and the Fair Work Commission can vary awards at any time.
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Communication in the workplace
Regular and open communication helps maintain a harmonious working environment and can prevent workplace problems from happening. Both employees and employers are responsible for open and effective communication at and about work.
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