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Participating in Activities helps Participants to improve their skills and motivation so they can find and keep a job.
This Guideline outlines who is Eligible for jobactive Services and arrangements for Participants to be Referred and Commenced in an appropriate Stream.
Participants generally have Mutual Obligation Requirements, such as looking for work and participating in Activities that will improve their employment prospects, in return for receiving taxpayer-funded income support paid by Services Australia.
Individuals may seek to participate in jobactive Services, NEIS and related services without going to the Services Australia.
Work for the Dole is designed to help job seekers gain the skills, experience and confidence needed to move from welfare to work as soon as possible.
The New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) provides eligible Participants with NEIS Business Mentoring for the first 52 weeks of their new business.
The New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) supports people who are not in employment, education or training to turn their good ideas into viable businesses. NEIS support includes:
The Employment Fund General Account (Employment Fund) is a flexible pool of funds available to all jobactive providers (Providers) to offer support tailored to the needs of participants, employers and the local labour market.
Some people who are not Fully Eligible for jobactive services can Volunteer to receive employment assistance.
Participants may transfer between Providers for a range of reasons. Transfers can be automatic or involve a manual process, and can be initiated by the Participant or a Provider.
Period of Service is the time participants spend in each stream and phase of jobactive. It identifies when they must participate in activities and determines the services providers must deliver.
This Guideline advises providers of their responsibilities to Disability Support Pension (DSP) recipients under 35 years of age who have an assessed work capacity of at least eight hours per week and do not have a child under six years).
Maximum Time Transfers ensure job seekers who have been with the same provider for an extended period without achieving an Employment Outcome are transferred to a new provider.
jobactive is underpinned by a sound Performance Framework based on the principles of efficiency, effectiveness, quality and assurance.
The National Work Experience Programme (NWEP) provides eligible job seekers with the opportunity to undertake real life work experience placements.
Information about the Targeted Compliance Framework for job seekers with providers.
Targeted Compliance Framework – Job seekers in Online Employment Services/New Employment Services Trial
Information about the Targeted Compliance Framework for job seekers in Online Employment Services/New Employment Services Trial.