On 8 May 2016 the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP, announced a federal election would be held on 2 July 2016 and as such the Australian Government has assumed a caretaker role. This website will be managed in accordance with the Caretaker Conventions until the result of the election has been determined.
For most people, recruitment is the pathway to employment.
The Department of Employment’s Survey of Employers’ Recruitment Experiences provides insights into recruitment. The survey results identify what employers are looking for in applicants and how job seekers can better connect with employment opportunities.
Employer survey results and analysis are available for selected areas across Australia and findings about the recruitment process are provided in the links below.Posters and postcards: Employer advice for job seekers
Summary PapersEmployer Tips for Mature Age Job Seekers Employer Feedback on Lower Skilled Recruitment Recruitment Methods Used by Employers - Report Recruitment Methods Used by Employers - Infographic Improving the Employment Prospects of Mature Age Job Seekers Improving the Employment Prospects of Young Australians Job Search Advice for Workers Facing Retrenchment Improving Employment Prospects for Indigenous Australians Finding Pathways to Employment Reasons Employers Hire an Apprentice or Trainee Looking for a Job – Employer Advice for Young People Demand for Labour in Northern Australia
Versions of selected reports accessible to the vision impaired can be found on the Department of Employment website under Employers' Recruitment Experiences.