To answer you question about government payments. You should speak to someone at centrelink, i believe that any pay out would effect your payments for a short period of time. It's best to check now, so that you can plan your finances.
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16-03-2013 01:33 #32Senior Member
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I work on HR and my company would NEVER treat any employee this way. I would take this further - you have a case.
07-04-2013 15:40 #33
I haven't read all of the replies, but I just wanted to say that having posted for similar advice here before as well as reading others, you will often get awesome advice and other times you will get things back that may be inaccurate.
You have over twelve months of continual service there as paid leave does count as continuous service. That entitles you to certain things.
If I was in your shoes, I would ring Fair Work Australia 1300 799 675 on Monday and speak to someone who can give you definite answers based on your specific situation.
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