The Covid-19 public health crisis and its impacts have made life even harder for young workers.
We must build a future that means a generation is not left behind. This means rebuilding our workplaces and communities to be stronger and better than they were before the pandemic. All young workers across Victoria - including, women workers, migrant workers and First Nations people - must get a fair go.
Recently young Victorian workers compiled a log of claims that outlines what young workers in Victoria will campaign and organise for to build a better future.
Now we're taking action to make sure our dreams become a reality! Join us to plan the next stages of the campaign. We'll be setting up working groups and training up our communities to fight for the changes young people need. Young peoples' voices need to be heard and be part of the decision making process. Young people need to be at the table. Nothing about us without us.
When: Thursday 1st October, 2:00pm
Where: Via Zoom, RSVP now to get the link!
We know that so many apprentices get ripped off at work, find themselves in unsafe work conditions or simply have questions about what work as an apprentice should look like. That's why apprentices, from a range of industries, are coming together to learn about their rights at work.
Join us at 5pm on Thursday 8 October to learn about your rights at work and ask any questions you might have. We'll cover TAFE fees, pay, safety and bullying and harassment.
This session will be led by Scott, a former apprentice himself who has experienced first hand workplace exploitation as an apprentice.
RSVP to receive the Zoom link in an email.
Please note, this session is aimed at Victorian apprentices.