Fair Work Commission (FWC)

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Australia’s society has grown existentially since the birth of many organisations who each play crucial roles in the workplace especially the Fair Work Commission(FWC). The FWC was established as an independent organisation that reviews the fairness in workplaces; they monitor and manage employee leave, unfair dismissals, wages and the protection of employees and businesses. Their role has changed over time and only previously have people understood how much because they were only established in 2009 however the Fair Work Act has been active since
1904. FWC plays a huge role in our society and without their involvement there would be inequality and the unfair treatment of businesses and employees in Australia today. The FWC has a bundle of

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