IntoJobs supports Workforce Australia reform

IntoJobs (Part of the IntoWork Group) has welcomed the review into the parliamentary inquiry into Workforce Australia’s management of employment services.

The Rebuilding Employment Services report by the House of Representatives Select Committee on Workforce Australia Employment Services was tabled last week (November 30). It contains 75 recommendations supported by almost 600 pag-es of detailed analysis.
The Workforce Australia inquiry, headed by Labor MP Julian Hill, aims to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the employment services system. It recognises the importance of providing tailored support to job seekers, addressing their unique needs, and fostering their skills and capabilities.

With a steadfast commitment to empowering individuals, facilitating their journey into meaningful employment and creating a stronger and more inclusive workforce, IntoJobs aligns with the inquiry’s objectives to provide greater flexibility in Mutual Obligations, more tailored service delivery to participants based on structured and robust assessments and greater Com-monwealth support to engage employers, State, Territory and Local Governments in job creation activities.

“At IntoJobs, our main goal is to empower individuals by providing comprehensive employment support services. We believe that everyone deserves equal opportunities and access to resources that can help them both succeed in the workforce and actively participate in their community. Through personalised guidance, skills development, and job placement assistance, we strive to equip individuals with the tools they need to secure sustainable employment and build fulfilling careers,” IntoJobs CEO Steve Wyborn said.

“IntoJobs welcomes the opportunity to provide the best possible tailored support to every individual. We understand the sig-nificance of working together to cultivate a supportive ecosystem that nurtures talent, fosters diversity, and promotes inclu-sive employment practices and reaffirm our dedication to collaboration and partnership with government agencies, employ-ers, and community organisations.”

As the employment landscape continues to evolve, IntoJobs remains dedicated to staying at the forefront of industry trends, innovation and best practices, by continuously adapting services to meet the changing needs of both job seekers and em-ployers, ensuring that its support remains relevant and effective. IntoJobs fully supports these efforts and is dedicated to playing an active role in empowering individuals to overcome barriers and achieve their personal goals.

To learn more about the Workforce Australia reform and its impact on employment services, please visit

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