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
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.
Continue reading STEM graduates can kick start their ICT career with DHS
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.
Continue reading Human Services prepared for industrial action
Harmony Day is on 21 March and celebrates Australia’s cultural, linguistic and religious diversity with the motto ‘everyone belongs’.
Continue reading Harmony Day is a reminder that ‘everyone belongs’
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.
Continue reading Service options during industrial action
Scammers are very convincing and could trick you into handing over money, your tax file number (TFN), or personal information.
Continue reading Key tips to protect yourself against tax scammers
Multiple Birth Awareness Week celebrated 12-19 March focuses on the vital support provided to multiple birth families by the Australian Multiple Birth Association and local clubs around Australia.
Continue reading Reflecting on Multiple Birth Awareness Week
Tanya Kaplan came to Australia as a 17 year old. She first landed in Darwin from Cyprus and was making her way to South Australia where her fiancé lived.
Continue reading Knowledge is power – overcoming social isolation
Department of Human Services staff members were up early on Wednesday 1 March, raising awareness of the importance of organ and tissue donation for the Gift of Life DonateLife Walk 2017.
Continue reading 10 years of raising awareness at the DonateLife Walk