Protecting Worker Entitlements Act

The Protecting Worker Entitlements Act refers to a set of laws that introduced changes to the Fair Work Act 2009, aiming to enhance worker rights and entitlements.

This Act represents a significant legislative update to the Fair Work Act 2009. Its primary purpose is to strengthen the protection of employee rights and entitlements. It includes measures to improve workplace conditions, clarify employee entitlements, and ensure fairer treatment in various employment situations. The Act plays a crucial role in shaping the legal framework governing employment in Australia.

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