The Department of Human Services will concentrate its efforts on supporting those in need of immediate assistance, including communities affected by ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie, during this afternoon’s industrial action by the CPSU.
The parents of Guillermo Rodriguez, Maria and Vince Rodriguez, are thankful that their son has begun work as a Hewlett Packard Enterprise employee at the Department of Human Services as part of the Dandelion Programme.
Continue reading Parents watch son flourish in Dandelion Programme
OnFairfax Media has failed readers with sensationalist and selective reporting on the Department of Human Services’ delivery of Family Tax Benefit payments.
This reporting (29 and 30 March, 2017) displays utter ignorance of the system and misrepresents our submission to the Senate Inquiry on the Better Management of the Social Welfare System initiative. We also note we were not approached for clarifying information or comment before this story was printed.
University graduates with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) qualifications looking to make their mark in the IT industry, are encouraged to apply for Department of Human Services 2017 ICT recruitment round.
Natural disasters have a devastating impact on communities. The Department of Human Services is actively involved in the disaster recovery process, with many staff pitching in to provide support to customers.
Continue reading One year on—Staff aid in WA bushfire recovery
The Department of Human Services is reminding the public that some employees will take part in industrial action on Friday 24 March.
Harmony Day is on 21 March and celebrates Australia’s cultural, linguistic and religious diversity with the motto ‘everyone belongs’.
On World Social Work Day the Department of Human Services recognises and celebrates the important role social workers have in the department providing support to all Australians.
BuzzFeed’s article about collection agents recovering Centrelink debts (20 March, 2017) is misleading and requires correction.
Members of the public who plan to access Centrelink, Medicare or Child Support services this Friday 17 March are encouraged to use online and self-service options while planned industrial action by the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) is underway.