Important service announcement. Mutual obligation requirements have returned to NSW, SA and WA. Virtual servicing (by phone, video calls, SMS and email) will continue as the preferred method of servicing customers in these states, however face-to-face appointments are available in certain circumstances. Our Victoria offices are providing virtual service only, in line with state government regulations. Mutual obligation arrangements will remain suspended in Victoria during the COVID-19 lockdown period.

Important Notice Regarding Changes To Mutual Obligations

There are important changes to mutual obligations reporting for job seekers in NSW, WA and SA effective 12 October 2020.

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Our Impact

During the 2019/2020 financial year we supported

18,454

people to find work.

110,909

people through our Employment, Indigenous, Youth and Community services.

14,076

employers to find the right fit.

The Power of Diversity

Get to know our team.

43

different languages spoken by our staff.

35

staff who identify as
Aboriginal or Torres
Strait Islander.

159

of our staff were born in a country other than Australia.

Working Together

During the 2019/20 financial year we supported

8,374

Indigenous Australians.

17,740

Culturally and linguistically diverse people.

14,828

People with a disability,
injury or illness.

Our Latest

  • Workskil Australa - World Values Day

    News

    World Values Day

    World Values Day, October 15 2020, provides an opportunity to think on our most deeply held values and explore and act on them with others. In recognition of this and keeping with this year's theme, ‘Values In Action’, we want to acknowledge our amazing staff who not only live our values but also put them into practice daily. Read More 

  • Workskil Australa - Talia's* Story

    Success Stories

    Talia's* Story

    Talia* started in the Work Ready, Release Ready (WRRR) program from the Adelaide Pre-Release Centre. Talia had been in and out of prison since she was 12 years old, and estimates that she has been incarcerated approximately 50 times as a juvenile and 10-12 times as an adult. Talia had never worked or had a driver’s license before, and also had mental illness. *Name changed for privacy. Read More 

  • Workskil Australa - Job Search Resources

    Tools and Resources

    Job Search Resources

    Here are some helpful “how to” guides to assist you with your job search. Read More 

Our Partners

"Thanks to Workskil Australia for finding Cahill and referring him to our organisation."

Robert, Employer, Western Australia

"Workskil Australia’s professionalism and service is amazing. Every time I call to find new staff, they reply very quickly with a quality candidate. I would recommend Workskil Australia to any employer."

David, Employer, New South Wales

"Cultural Intelligence and Diversity training provided by Workskil Australia has been really useful for our team. It has provided us with a range of tools to make us better managers and people in general."

Joanne, Employer, South Australia

"I would like to commend the fabulous staff at the Maitland office. I would particularly like to say that my case manager was so very helpful. The lady at the front desk was also very caring and helpful."

Penny, Customer, New South Wales

"Thanks to all of the Corio staff for assisting me with getting into employment. I wouldn't be where I am in life if it were not for all staff at Workskil Australia."

Jerry, Customer, Victoria