President’s Job Agency Diary

WEDNESDAY 24TH OCTOBER 2018 After a short break we’re continuing to send out your stories of job agency abuse each week, as reported on our forum. In the past few weeks we’ve noticed a pattern of mothers being forced to bring their children into job agencies while they do job search activity, which they could easily undertake at home. The necessity of caring for your children is a legitimate reason
THURSDAY 13TH SEPTEMBER 2018 Each week we’re sending out reports of job agencies’ misconduct and mistreatment in your own words. Please keep adding your voices. And another reminder that submissions to the senate enquiry into jobactive close on the 28th of September so please fill out our survey as soon as you can, or submit to the senate enquiry yourself — there’s a submission example included below that was helpfully
THURSDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER 2018 Every week we’re sending out your stories of job agency mistreatment and misconduct. From job agency bullying to dodgy Work for the Dole sites – we want to hear about all of your experiences. Is there a time when you’ve successfully stood up for your rights? Let other unemployed workers know, and motivate them to do the same! Please keep sharing your stories on our forum.
TUESDAY 28TH AUGUST 2018 Each week we’re sending out stories of job agencies’ misconduct in your own words, as well as a snapshot of the current situation for unemployed workers and a round-up of the key issues from our hotline. This past week we’ve seen an increase in unemployed workers calling about payment suspensions – let us know if and how you have been punished by the unfair demerit point

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Posted by Sadie Grant Butler on August 21, 2018
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TUESDAY 21ST AUGUST 2018 Each week we’ll be sending out stories of job agencies’ dishonesty, fraud and mistreatment in your own words. We’ll also be providing a snapshot of the current situation for unemployed workers, and a round-up of the key issues from our hotline. Please keep sharing your stories on our forum so that we can share them here! While you’re at it, help us submit to the senate