The Hon Luke Hartsuyker MP
- Assistant Minister for Employment
- Deputy Leader of the House
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Work for the Dole Coordinators
The Australian Government’s Work for the Dole moved to the next stage today with the announcement of new Work for the Dole Coordinators in 18 selected areas across Australia.
Address to the 2014 National Conference of the National Employment Services Association
It’s a great pleasure to be with you today at the NESA National Conference in Melbourne. I am sure that the next two days will be very thought provoking and helpful for you.
New Employment Services model to drive stronger job outcomes
The Australian Government will release today an exposure draft of the purchasing arrangements for a new employment services model to operate from 1 July 2015.
Launch of the Restart programme by the Prime Minister and the Assistant Minister for Employment
PRIME MINISTER: Ladies and gentlemen, it is a real thrill to be here.
More support for mature age job seekers
The Government today officially launched the Restart programme.
Jobs growth in Tasmanian Dairy Industry
Tasmanian job seekers are being encouraged to consider a career in the dairy industry as over 200 new jobs are expected to become available in the coming year.
More opportunities for Australians to secure a new job
Australians now have more opportunities to secure employment and participate in the workforce.
Change to New Enterprise Incentive Scheme Allowance
Assistant Minister for Employment Luke Hartsuyker today announced a change to the New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) Allowance.
Work for the Dole an important part of the youth unemployment solution in northern Tasmania
The revamped Work for the Dole programme was the focus of today’s visit to Launceston by the Assistant Minister for Employment Luke Hartsuyker.
New approach to help job seekers do the right thing
New rules to ensure job seekers are doing all they can to find a job were announced today by the Assistant Minister for Employment Luke Hartsuyker.
Job Bonus legislation passes Parliament
Long-term unemployed people, particularly young Australian job seekers, will receive help to find and keep a job through a Bill that passed Federal Parliament this week.
Mutual Obligation stronger than ever under the Abbott Government
The Abbott Government is firmly committed to mutual obligation and practical measures to support job seekers into work.