The consultation paper asks the following questions:
- What elements of the current national Job Seeker Compliance Framework don’t work well for remote job seekers? How could these be improved?
- Do the proposed new arrangements balance the need to provide safeguards for job seekers with the objective of having individuals attend activities and take-up work?
- Are the proposed new arrangements simple and easy to understand for job seekers?
- Will the proposed new arrangements create perverse incentives or lead to unintended consequences?
To read the submission follow the link below.
|Bielefeld Submission on the CDP Consultation Paper Apr 2016.pdf||266.49 KB|