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If you are currently employed at a business located on the ANU campus, or have been in the last 12 months, we want to hear from you!

ANUSA and UnionsACT are collecting information about on-campus worker's experiences of work to go toward our campaign calling on the ANU to make our campus wage-theft and exploitation free. You can find more information about both organisations here: ANUSA - https://anusa.com.au/ and UnionsACT - https://unionsact.org.au/

We are committed to making sure that your participation in this survey is anonymous and confidential. Your personal information and any information that might lead to your identification will remain private. Your personal details are collected in this survey to ensure that each response is from a different on-campus worker.

Once you complete the survey you'll be entered into a draw to win 1 of 4 $50 grocery vouchers. The survey closes in July so please make sure to complete the survey and share it with others who have worked on campus!

This survey asks about breaching visa conditions. While any information provided through this survey will be kept confidential it is worth noting that any breaches of visa conditions that are the result of an employer pressuring the worker or underpaying the worker will not result in the cancellation of the visa as long as the visa holder complies with any investigations and agrees to not breach their visa conditions in the future. 

If you are experiencing an issue at work or would like more information on your rights at work you can contact either the Young Workers Advice Service or ANUSA. ANUSA Legal Service offers free legal advice for ANU students on a number of issues including employment (https://anusa.com.au/services/legal/) and the Young Workers Advice Service offers free and confidential information and support about workplace rights for young workers (https://youngworkerscbr.org.au/advice/). 

Content warning: questions include the topics of sexual harassment and bullying. If you need help addressing these issues there are several places you can reach out to, including Canberra Rape Crisis Centre (02) 6247 2525, Headspace headspace.org.au, Lifeline 13 11 14 or your GP.
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