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The Fair Work Act 2009 (the Act) provides a range of general workplace protections for employees (general protections), including that an employee’s employment must not be terminated for discriminatory or unlawful reasons.
The Act also provides that employees must not be dismissed because they have exercised or propose to exercise a workplace right (including freedom of association and the ability to make a complaint or inquiry about employment) or have engaged in or propose to engage in lawful industrial activity.
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