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LIV expresses concerns regarding JobSeeker 'Dob-in' Hotline

LIV expresses concerns regarding JobSeeker 'Dob-in' Hotline

By LIV Workplace Relations Committee

Obligations Workplace Relations 

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The Law Institute of Victoria has submitted a letter to the Attorney-General Michaelia Cash regarding the proposed JobSeeker reporting line, also known as the 'Dob-In' hotline.

The LIV Workplace Relations Committee has expressed concern that the approach requires further consideration by key stakeholders before its implementation. It was also noted that the proposal would involve a significant but necessary amount of administration dedicated to moderating reported instances of jobseekers declining job offers. 

Read the full submission and accompanying recommendation by the LIV.

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Workplace Relations Committe
Matthew Fanning, Paralegal
mfanning@liv.asn.au, (03) 9607 9379


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