FWO heads to Mount Isa


The Fair Work Ombudsman will head to Mount Isa to educate employers and workers about workplace rights and responsibilities

September 10, 2013

The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) will head to Mount Isa in Queensland to educate employers and workers about their workplace rights and responsibilities.

Inspectors will be available from September 17 to 19 between 9am and 1pm to answer questions about pay, conditions and other aspects of workplace laws at the Mount Isa Civic Centre.

The FWO says employees and employers can drop in during these hours without making an appointment.

"Information on a range of topics including wages, flexible work arrangements, leave entitlements, workplace discrimination, hours of work and other entitlements will be available," the FWO says.

Fair Work inspector Sue-Ann Feltus says the visit aims to raise awareness among Mount Isa employers and employees of national workplace laws.

"We encourage anyone in Mount Isa with a question about their workplace rights or obligations to take advantage of the opportunity to seek advice," she says.

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