Conflict resolution skills are important as they help you to resolve disputes in a healthy way. You can develop this skillset by cultivating a growth mindset, seeking support from others and focusing on emotional regulation.
Workplace stress can negatively impact your physical and mental wellbeing. If you are feeling increased strain, exhaustion and/or burnout, you are legally entitled to receive mental health support services at work.
Tax and superannuation are compulsory deductions taken from your wages. Tax is a financial contribution paid to the government to fund services such as healthcare, education and welfare. Superannuation is a financial contribution towards your retirement.
Everyone has the right to be treated fairly and respectfully in the workplace. Bullying, harassment and discrimination can be unlawful and your workplace owes you a duty of care to avoid risk to your health and safety.
You might find it helpful to seek professional assistance from an advocate, legal practitioner or union representative to help you with your workplace rights or entitlements and help you to advocate for yourself.
Developing your decision-making skills will help you to know what your strengths and weaknesses are and involves problem-solving, planning, prioritising and using past experiences to guide you in new situations.