The Hon Luke Hartsuyker MP
- Assistant Minister for Employment
- Deputy Leader of the House
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Work for the Dole a key part of Australian Government’s jobs plan for Tasmanians
Work for the Dole is a key part of the youth unemployment solution, with the Australian Government set to roll out a revamped programme for job seekers aged 18 to 30 in northern Tasmania.
Bill tightens compliance measures for job seekers
Assistant Minister for Employment Luke Hartsuyker today introduced legislation into the House of Representatives to strengthen compliance measures for job seekers.
Employer survey reinforces importance of Work for the Dole
A survey of more than 1000 employers has reinforced the importance of the Government’s new Work for the Dole programme and revealed changes young job seekers can make to improve their employment…
New Work for the Dole for young job seekers
New Work for the Dole arrangements in areas of high unemployment will help young job seekers learn the skills they need to move from welfare to work sooner.
New Work for the Dole arrangements for young job seekers
New Work for the Dole arrangements will help more young job seekers to improve their chances of getting a job while giving something back to the community that supports them.
Government welcomes Generation Success commitment to help young job seekers find work
Assistant Minister for Employment Luke Hartsuyker and the Parliamentary Secretary for Education Senator Scott Ryan today endorsed the commitment by major Australia
CEDA - The Making of an Agile Workforce: Australia Adjusting Series
It is a pleasure to be here today for the first in the CEDA series on ‘Australia Adjusting’.
Australia needs larger, more agile workforce: Minister
The Australian workforce needs to expand and become more adaptable if the nation is to fulfil its potential and deal effectively with economic challenges, according to Assistant Minister for…
Strong partnerships vital to helping job seekers find work
Building strong partnerships to help job seekers into work sooner was the key message of the AMES Better Together conference attended by the Assistant Minister for Employment, Luke Hartsuyker…
AMES Annual Conference, Melbourne
[E&OE transcript] Good morning. It is a pleasure to be here today at your conference.
Red tape cuts will deliver a more efficient and effective job services system
Assistant Minister for Employment Luke Hartsuyker today announced further red tape cuts, freeing up job services providers to help more job seekers find work.
Minister’s forum focuses on linking job seekers with Emporium’s 1000 new jobs
Linking job seekers with businesses which will employ 1000 people at the new Emporium Melbourne shopping centre was the focus of a major jobs forum held by the Australian Government today.