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Document List

  • Information for participants who are referred to Digital Employment Services in a New Employment Services Trial region from 16 April 2020.  

  • The Nous Group report summarises the feedback received from over 560 people who attended roundtables and community forums in various locations in July 2018. These events sought to gather the views of various stakeholders on what they’d like to see in a future employment services system.

  • Purpose, Responsibilities and Deliverables of Panel members who are on the Expert Advisory Panel.

  • This fact sheet provides information on the new employment services trial payment model for Enhanced Services.

  • This fact sheet provides information on the new employment services trial phases that will be implemented commencing in July 2019.

  • The Social Research Centre report summarises the 450 submissions that were lodged in response to the public consultation paper ‘The Next Generation of Employment Services 2020’ released in June 2018.

  • This report sets out the Employment Services Expert Advisory Panel report 11 recommendations on the future of employment services. The Panel recommended service delivery to be grounded in digital and supported with face-to-face services for those who need them. They recommend a more user friendly and personalised new system built on trust that...

  • Under the New E,ployment Services Trial (NEST), Digital Participants may be required to undertake a compulsory activity on commencement of their fourth month in Digital Services. Digital Participants will have a choice of activities to select from, depending on eligibility and availability, with Employment Preparation Activities (EPA) being one...

  • Under the Targeted Compliance Framework (TCF), there are consequences for Participants if they commit a Work Refusal Failure or an Unemployment Failure. A Participant commits a Work Refusal Failure when they refuse or fail to accept an offer of suitable Employment.

    A Participant commits an Unemployment Failure when they become unemployed...

  • Government employment services are being transformed to deliver better services to job seekers and employers and a better system for providers. The new model is being trialled in two regions from July 2019 before being rolled out nationally from July 2022.

  • Government employment services are being transformed to deliver better services to job seekers and employers and a better system for providers. The new model is being trialled in two regions from July 2019 before being rolled out nationally from July 2022.

  • Government employment services are being transformed to deliver better services to job seekers and employers and a better system for providers. The new model is being trialled in two regions from July 2019 before being rolled out nationally from July 2022. The new model will provide more flexibility and self-direction for job seekers to meet...

  • Government employment services are being transformed to deliver better services to job seekers and employers and a better system for providers. The new model is being trialled in two regions from July 2019 before being rolled out nationally from July 2022.

  • Government employment services are being transformed to deliver better services to job seekers and employers and a better system for providers. The new model is being trialled in two regions from July 2019 before being rolled out nationally from July 2022.

  • Terms of Reference - New Employment Services Model Reference Group

  • This Guideline outlines the requirements for setting up and managing Activities (other than Work for the Dole Activities, National Work Experience Programme Activities, and PaTH Internships except where stated). 
    Participating in Activities helps Participants to improve their skills, motivation and dependability so they can find and keep...

  • The Stronger Transitions Package (Stronger Transitions) provides support to individuals, in five identified regions that have been especially impacted by structural change, to transition to new jobs and prepare for the jobs of the future. Intensive assistance includes pre retrenchment support, provided outside New Employment Services Trial (...

  • This Guideline outlines the requirements for Trial Providers when setting up and managing Work for the Dole activities. It includes specific requirements for ensuring that there is a safe system of work in place at all times during the conduct of a Work for the Dole activity.

    Work for the Dole is designed to help Participants gain the...

  • Under the Australian Government’s Pre-release Prisoner (PRP) initiative, New Employment Services Trial (NEST) Services are available to eligible prisoners while they are incarcerated.

    The PRP initiative under the New Employment Services Trial Deed 2019–2022 aims to maximise employment support for people while they are incarcerated and...

  • This Guideline outlines who is Eligible for Enhanced Services in the New Employment Services Trial (NEST). Trial Providers must provide Participants with appropriate Services, taking into account their individual circumstances, to assist them to find employment and move off Income Support Payments. 

    Version: 2.0

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