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Making it work : the report of the Independent Review of Breaches and Penalities in the Social Security System

Pearce, Dennis; Disney, Julian; Ridout, Heather


1.1. The Independent Review of Breaches and Penalties in the Social Security System was established by a number of organisations interested in issues relating to support for unemployed persons. 1.2. The organisations were concerned that the system for achieving compliance with obligations imposed on people receiving Newstart or Youth Allowances is not operating equitably and effectively in regard to all recipients. That system includes a process of designating certain conduct on the part of...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2002
Type: Report (Government)


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index.htmlTitle and Table of Contents24.04 kBHTML
index-Members.htmlMembers of the Review14.31 kBHTML
index-Acknowle.htmlAcknowledgements15.48 kBHTML
index-1.html1. An introduction and overview54.47 kBHTML
index-2.html2. Initial interviews and seminars43.24 kBHTML
index-3.html3. Ongoing contact and communication with jobseekers33.62 kBHTML
index-4.html4. Selecting and referring to providers39.64 kBHTML
index-5.html5. Activity and income tests29.6 kBHTML
index-6.html6. Reporting and responding to potential breaches37.5 kBHTML
index-7.html7. Penalties for breaches41.73 kBHTML
index-8.html8. Aspects of management and accountability36.12 kBHTML
index-Appendix.htmlAppendix 1: Commissioning Organizations14.91 kBHTML
index-Appendix-2.htmlAppendix 2 :Submissions17.41 kBHTML
index-Appendix-3.htmlAppendix 3: Consultations14.51 kBHTML
index-Appendix-4.htmlAppendix 4: Research and Resources19.97 kBHTML

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