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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

On Tuesday, 2 June 2014 the Fair Work Commission (FWC) handed down its decision regarding the Federal 2014/2015 Annual Wage Review.

2nd Jun 2015

SS Web Launch – Live Video Stream Event  Friday 26 June 2.00  - 3.30 AEST

Stephen Moore, Department of Employment CIO, invites you to join him for the official...

12th Jun 2015

An article in The Guardian by CEO of the Australian Red Cross, Robert Tickner, addresses some common misconceptions about asylum seekers and refugees.

The ...

15th Jun 2015

Transcripts from the Employment Department’s appearance before Senate Estimates on 1 June 2015 are now available, and as always Senators have cajoled a few nuggets of useful and/or interesting information out of the officials.

If you wish to trawl through the transcripts yourself, you...

17th Jun 2015

In a jobactive document release earlier this week the Department of Employment made available its Performance Framework Guideline, together with the guideline for the Employment Fund.  At 74 pages the Performance Framework Guideline is the central repository for performance measures in...

18th Jun 2015

Upcoming Events

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Aug 5 2015
Jobs Australia webinar
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Oct 29 - 30 2015
Hilton Adelaide