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Redundancy

The job market is always changing and these days redundancy can happen to anyone. We understand what that’s like and are here to support you through the process of getting back to work.

Here are some useful resources to point you in the right direction:

Department of Human Services - Retrenched or made redundant
The Department of Human Services is responsible for the development of service delivery policy and provides access to social, health and other payments and services.

 

Fair Work – Redundancy
The Fair Work Ombudsman enforce compliance with the Fair Work Act, related legislation, awards and registered agreements. They also help employers and employees by providing advice and education on pay rates and workplace conditions. This section provides information on redundancy.

 

Fair Work – Redundancy pay and entitlements
The Fair Work Ombudsman enforce compliance with the Fair Work Act, related legislation, awards and registered agreements. They also help employers and employees by providing advice and education on pay rates and workplace conditions. This section provides information on redundancy pay and entitlements.

 

Department of Employment
Information about employment assistance for people who have recently lost their jobs, including workers made redundant from eligible companies in specific industries.

 

Money Smart
Being made redundant can be a difficult time in your life. The Money Smart Redundancy Survival Guide has some things you can do to sort out your money when you are made redundant.

 

Lifeline
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. To locate Lifeline services near you click here

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Sometimes it’s a numbers game, but I don’t feel like a number anymore. There was a job out there with my name on it, and I’ve not looked back since.


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