For community legal centre workers


Individual well being & organisation performance support services 

Employee Assistance Program

Workers in the community legal centre sector in NSW are able to access Benestar services courtesy the NSW Department of Justice. Benestar provides a range of services, including fact sheets and information on a range of well being, health, financial and life stage issues, individual coaching and counselling and organisation seminars and training.  

For more information about Benestar services and how community legal centre staff can access the service, refer to Benestar's brochure.

Australian Services Union 

Most workers in community legal centres in NSW are eligible to join the Australian Services Union (ASU). If you would like to join the ASU, or would like more information about the union, click here.

Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 (SCHADS Award)

Most community legal centres in NSW refer to the SCHADS Award as the basis of rates of pay for staff.

Further details about the SCHADS award are available on the Fair Work website, click here.