Mutual obligations exemptions – update
The Government has announced it has extended the exemption on mutual obligations for job seekers up to 1 June 2020.
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New job seekers
If you are a newly registered job seeker, this fact sheet provides information about a range of measures in place to support you:
Exisiting job seekers
If you are a current job seeker or participant, this fact sheet provides important information about mutual obligation requirements, appointments with your provider, and what to do if you are self-isolating:
If you are participating in the ParentsNext program, this fact sheet provides important information about your activities and appointments.
If you are a New Business Assistance with NEIS participant, these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) provides information about accessing the Coronavirus Supplement and what support is available during this time:
If you are a New Business Assistance with NEIS provider, these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) provides information about supporting NEIS participants during the Coronavirus situation.
In this rapidly changing jobs market the Australian Government is supporting businesses and those Australians looking for work.
While many businesses have been adversely affected by COVID-19 and are reducing their workforces, there are some areas of the economy which have an increased demand for workers.
This includes jobs in health and care sectors, transport and logistics, some areas of retail, mining and mining services, manufacturing, agriculture and government sectors, among others.