Links to a number of websites providing career information, giving an overview of what each site can offer.
Provides information on the new Fair Work System, modern awards that replace awards in most industries, transitional arrangements for modern award pay rates and National Employment Standards for employees. Includes things every employee should know and an employment checklist to help you learn about your workplace rights and entitlements.
Provides information for employers about Australia's new national workplace relations system, pay rates, modern awards, record keeping, and dispute resolution.
If you are looking for work, you can search Australian JobSearch to find the details of your local employment service providers. Employment service providers are agencies that provide various kinds of support to job seekers.
Links to the Department's portfolio budget statements.
Provides job seekers with links to harvest jobs Australia wide. It offers a great way for people to travel around Australia at their own pace while working and earning money.
Employers who want to offer work placements and ongoing employment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tertiary students can get financial help from the Australian Government.
Details an incentive paid to employers when they employ eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on an ongoing basis.
Aims to increase opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their communities and employers through employment, business support and economic development activities.
Provides support for job seekers and employers. Job Services Australia providers offer personalised support to help job seekers to find a job, and help employers find staff to meet their recruitment needs.
iPhone, iPod, iPad and Android - Provides an easier way for job seekers to find employment and to connect with employment services. The inbuilt GPS lets you use the “near me” searches to find employment vacancies and employment service providers close to you.
Provides practical small business training, business mentoring and financial assistance to job seekers interested in starting and running a small business.
Tasmanian businesses that provide jobs to people who have been unemployed for at least six months may be able to get financial assistance from the Australian Government.