8107 - Work limitation
The visa you hold was granted to either allow you to be employed by a particular employer, or to undertake specific activities in Australia.
You must not stop working for your employer. You must not work in a different position, occupation or with another employer or for yourself.
You must not stop doing the activity the visa was granted for.
You must not do other activities or do the activity for yourself or anyone else.
You must hold a licence, registration or membership if it is mandatory to perform the occupation for which you were nominated.
Understanding your work rights
The Department is working with the Fair Work Ombudsman to help employees and employers understand and follow Australian Workplace laws.
Information on pay rates, shift calculations, leave arrangements and notice and redundancy entitlements is in the Pay and Conditions Tool (PACT).
The Fair Work Ombudsman website has more information on workplace rights and entitlements for visa holders and migrant workers.
For the full list of conditions relevant to your visa, see the Federal Register of Legislation.