New servicing arrangements during Coronavirus (COVID-19)
In-line with the Prime Minister’s announcement on Tuesday 24 March 2020, face to face contact is to be avoided and replaced by telephone or video chat.
Only in exceptional circumstances where it is necessary for the job seeker or participant to receive face-to-face servicing should this occur.
The Joblife team continues to be here to help you prepare for work and gain employment. Until further notice we will be supporting our clients through a virtual servicing arrangement.
The health and safety of our clients and employees continues to be our number one priority so we will operating but with this virtual servicing arrangement to ensure we continue to provide the support you need.
We are on the front line with regards to job opportunities and the opportunities for you to upskill or reskill. You will continue to be contacted and supported through our meetings with you via Google Duo, Zoom or telephone.
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Helping you create a great workplace
We partner with your business to help you find staff with great skill sets.
Everyone needs a chance to work
Our consultants will find the right candidate for the role.
FAQ’s for Jobseekers
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A participant is eligible for Disability Employment Services if they, have a disability, injury or health condition; are at least legal working age in your state or territory; under aged pension age; and are an Australian resident. Centrelink needs to complete an assessment to determine your eligibility and the number of hours you can work in most cases.
Joblife Employment can arrange for reasonable and fair workplace modifications to your office or work vehicles through the Employee Assistance Fund. This can include special software and computers, Auslan training, support in training of equipment installed to assist your employee and in-house workplace training for your employees to understand working with a person of disability.
Certainly. Resumes, cover letters and selection criteria, even video resumes are critical in making a great first impression with an employer. Joblife consultants would love to help you with any of these to increase your chances of gaining an interview.
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