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  • ISSN 1328-8091 Parliament of Australia Departmentof Parliamentary Services Contents Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 3 Basis of policy commitment ..................................................................................................................... 3 2011-12 Budget ............................................................................................................................. 3 Targeted groups are among the most disadvantaged job-seekers ............................................... 4 Background .............................................................................................................................................. 5 Youth Allowance ................................................................................................................................. 5 New measures follow on from 2009-10 Budget measures and changes to
    Date: 20/04/2012 - Collection: Bills and Legislation - ID: legislation/billsdgs/1578364 - Source: Bills Digest Service - Author: KLAPDOR, Michael

  •     ISSN 1328‐8091  Parliament of Australia Department of Parliamentary Services BILLS DIGEST NO. 30, 2010-11  28 October 2010 Social Security Legislation Amendment (Connecting People  with Jobs) Bill 2010  Matthew Thomas  Social Policy Section  Contents  Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 2  Basis of policy commitment ................................................................................................................ 2  Background .............................................................................................................................................. 3  Relocation assistance for job seekers pilot ................................................................................... 4  Review of the program .................................................................................................................. 5  Position of major interest groups ....................................................................................................... 6  Financial implications ............................................................................................................................... 7  Key provisions .......................................................................................................................................... 8  Concluding comments ............................................................................................................................. 8      2  Social Security Legislation Amendment (Connecting People with Jobs) Bill 2010    Social Security Legislation Amendment (Connecting People with  Jobs) Bill 2010  Date introduced:  21 October 2010  House:  House of Representatives  Portfolio:  Education, Employment and Workplace Relations  Commencement:  The later of the day after Royal Assent and 1 January 2011  Links: The links to the Bill, its Explanatory Memorandum and second reading speech can be found on  the Bills home page, or through http://aph.gov.au/bills/. When bills have been passed they can be  found at the ComLaw website, which is at http://www.comlaw.gov.au .  Purpose  This Bill seeks to amend the Social Security (Administration) Act 1999 to provide Centrelink with the  power to not pay income support for 12 weeks to a person who is paid relocation assistance under  the Connecting People with Jobs trial and who becomes unemployed as a result of a voluntary act or  misconduct within six months of receiving this assistance. At present, the maximum unemployment  non‐payment period for voluntary unemployment or unemployment due to misconduct is eight  weeks.  Basis of policy commitment  In the 2010 federal election campaign, both Labor and the Coalition made, if elected, a commitment  to introduce voluntary relocation assistance programs for job seekers in areas of high 
    Date: 28/10/2010 - Collection: Bills and Legislation - ID: legislation/billsdgs/319274 - Source: Bills Digest Service - Author: THOMAS, Matthew, (DP...

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