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Apr 07, 2015 A Guide for Leaders: Resilience - during the tough times

Jobs Australia has produced a booklet to assist leaders and managers through significant organisational change that may arise out of the results from tender processes and other future procurements.

Mar 17, 2015 JSA to ES2015 – handling yourself through transition

This members-only webinar is targeted at providers who currently deliver JSA. It will focus on the transition which begins April 1st.

Feb 25, 2015 Media Release - McClure Report opens the door to sensible discussion about Welfare to Work policies

Jobs Australia, the national peak body for the charitable and non-profit organisations that help unemployed Australians back to work, has welcomed the Final Report of the Reference Group on Welfare Reform, headed by Patrick McClure.

Feb 23, 2015 Media Release: 4 Corners, ‘The Jobs Game’

Jobs Australia and its members are committed to a fair and transparent system that provides the best help possible to disadvantaged job seekers in preparing for and finding employment.

Feb 23, 2015 Reducing Red Tape.... Now!

At the Jobs Australia’s CEO Forum on 1 November, we discussed a broad range of options for reducing administrative burden and complexity in Job Services Australia (JSA).

Feb 23, 2015 Reforming employment assistance: a blueprint for the future

Jobs Australia's Blueprint for the reform of employment assistance for 2015 and beyond.

Feb 10, 2015 2015-16 Pre-Budget Submission

This submission focuses on employment related measures that may be considered in the lead-up to this year’s Federal Budget.

Sep 22, 2014 Open letter to Senators: Welfare to work changes for job seekers under 30 years of age (Social Services and Other Legislation Amendment (2014 Budget Measures) Bills

AN OPEN LETTER TO CROSS BENCH SENATORS: Welfare to work changes for job seekers under 30 years of age (Social Services and Other Legislation Amendment (2014 Budget Measures) Bills

Aug 04, 2014 FORREST REVIEW MISUNDERSTANDS JOB SERVICES

The CEO of Jobs Australia (the peak body for non-profit employment services), David Thompson AM, has welcomed the Forrest Review of Indigenous employment, but expressed caution about some of the recommendations and rejected the suggestion that Job Services Australia be scrapped.

Jul 29, 2014 Media Release - EMPLOYMENT SERVICES REFORMS: THE GOOD AND THE BAD

The CEO of Jobs Australia, Mr David Thompson AM, has welcomed the announcement of reforms to employment services by the Federal Government today and the opportunity to provide Government with feedback.