Pay, conditions, and safety at work in South Australia​

Wages, conditions, safety, superannuation, tax, and support for people working in South Australia.

Starting work for the first time

If you’re starting work for the first time, you may need information on your rights and responsibilities at work.

Visit Generation success.

Pay and conditions

The Fair Work Act sets out minimum employment terms and conditions through the National Employment Standards. Your minimum pay and conditions are set out in the award or agreement for your job or industry.

Visit Fair Work Ombudsman.

Tax and superannuation

All workers are covered by the superannuation guarantee law, whether you are full time, part time or casual. Information on super, tax, putting in a tax return and applying for a Tax File Number is available from the Australian Taxation Office.

Visit Australian Taxation Office.

Safety and accidents

SafeWork SA works with employers, employees, unions and industry representatives to make sure everyone understands and meets safety requirements at work. This includes issues like bullying at work.

Visit SafeWork SA.


ReturnToWorkSA is responsible for providing work injury insurance and regulating the South Australian Return to Work scheme, which covers you and your employer if you are injured at work.

Visit ReturnToWorkSA.

Problems at work

If you have a problem at work that you can’t resolve, including discrimination or termination of your employment, services are available to help you.

Visit Equal Opportunity Commission SA.

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