Consultation for review of the WA Jobs Act

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Provide feedback if you are local businesses and government agencies into the Western Australian Jobs Act of 2017
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Input and feedback is being sought from businesses, industry and government agencies into the outcomes and effectiveness of the WA Jobs Act of 2017. This is part of a five-year review of the legislation where the  review will explore a range of issues including:

  • How effective is the WA Jobs Act?
  • What have been its main achievements?
  • What ways can its operations and effectiveness be improved?
  • How does the WA Jobs Act interact with other relevant government policies?

The independent review and public consultation is being conducted throughout September and October by Dr Michael Schaper, previously Deputy Chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. 

Feedback can be provided via online surveys and registration for a public consultation is also available online. More information can be found on our stakeholder feedback page

Initiated in 2017 and fully implemented in 2018, the WA Jobs Act, WA Industry Participation Strategy and associated activities have supported over 63,900 jobs and 4.500 apprenticeships and traineeships in WA. 

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