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Tuesday, 21 October 2008
Page: 9841

Dr Southcott asked the Minister for Employment Participation, in writing, on 2 September 2008:

What is considered a satisfactory reason for transferring a job seeker to a new Job Network provider.

Mr Brendan O’Connor (Minister for Employment Participation) —The answer to the honourable member’s question is as follows:

Under the current Job Network contract, there are three circumstances where a job seeker may be transferred to a new Job Network member:

  • a change of address to a location not serviced by their JNM;
  • a transfer between JNMs where the JNMs and the job seeker are in agreement; and
  • a transfer due to an irretrievable breakdown between the job seeker and JNM.