Jobs Australia submission - Productivity Commission: The Social and Economic Benefits of Improving Mental Health
Jobs Australia has contributed to the above inquiry through a submission tendered to the Productivity commission on 12 April 2019.
New research: the application of income support obligations and penalties to remote indigenous Australians 2013 -18
Lisa Fowkes, of the Centre for Aboriginal Economic and Policy Research (ANU) has prepared a report examining income support penalties for people participating in remote employment services from 1 July 2013 – 30 June 2018.
Senate Estimates reveals savings from digital servicves will be cut, not reinvested
This article draws on extracts from the DJSB Budget Senate Estimates which revealed detail on the new employment services trials and changes to portfolio spending.
Jobs Australia welcomes reforms to ParentsNext guidelines
This article reports on changes to ParentsNext guidelines that should soon alleviate the distress caused by payment suspensions for ParentsNext participants who have been unable to report attendance at activities.