Professionals Australia has officially opened applications for its Women in Science and Engineering Scholarship to mark International Women in Engineering Day. Only 12% of the Engineering workforce is female, only 15% of those enrolled in Engineering courses at university are female and only 1 in 10 Engineering graduates are female. The representation of females varies…
“While the important principle of equal pay for equal work was won, we still have a long way to go to ensure that equal pay is achieved in practice”
When you contact us, any one of our team of lawyers and industrial offers will provide you with personalised support to resolve any bullying issues you have, whether that’s dealing with your employer or with the Fair Work Commission.
If you have completed 150 hours, you are one step closer to getting registered with RPEng
At some point in your career, you’ll need an employment lawyer to assist with redundancy, performance management or disciplinary issues. This service can cost thousands elsewhere, but you will receive it free of charge as a benefit of Professionals Australia membership
Your contract covers you while you work. It sounds simple, but it’s worth repeating.
To protect the future of the profession, businesses and governments must invest in graduate programs
Are you already a Registered Professional Engineer of Professionals Australia in your field of expertise discipline?
Engineer registration is one step away from becoming law. Are you ready for the change?
Earlier this month, The Professional Engineers Registration Bill 2019 passed the Lower House in the Victorian Government by a resounding 55-22 votes. Now, registration is one step from becoming law in the state of Victoria. Next week, the Bill will be debated in the Victorian Upper House.