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Jobs Australia Foundation

Support for marginalised & disadvantaged communities

The Jobs Australia Foundation was established by Jobs Australia in 2005 to help disadvantaged communities and people in Australia.

The Foundation is committed to:

  • providing direct relief to some of the most disadvantaged people in the community
  • supporting projects which foster innovation and best practice to build effective collaborations and inclusive communities
  • encouraging Jobs Australia members and the wider community to broaden their own commitment to disadvantaged people and communities, either through the Foundation or by establishing similar ventures.

Network News

In the 2015-2016 Budget the Federal Government announced a limit of $5,000 per year, per employee for the value of the fringe benefits exemptions related to:

Salary sacrificed meal...

22nd Mar 2016

The Department of Employment has revealed some additional details on the new Youth Jobs PaTH program announced in the 2016-17 Federal Budget

6th May 2016

UPDATE: Slides and recording now available

A webinar for your site managers and frontline staff on why and how to refer job seekers to the SEE programme - and link you up with a Jobs Australia member delivering the program in your area.  

SEE is a free, high...

11th May 2016
Policy & Advocacy

Jobs Australia has collated the key Budget measures of interest to its members

6th May 2016

Jobs Australia is sponsoring the John Hartley Fellowship in honour and recognition of John’s significant contribution to provision of services to assist unemployed people living in regional areas of eastern Victoria and southern NSW to get jobs.

27th Jan 2016

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