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Thank you Minister Shorten and thank you too to my wonderful employer for changing their setup to accommodate me and my health issue. Would you employ someone with a disability? Do you have ideas for employers so that they can employ people with disabilities? Minister Shorten wants to hear from you…

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Increasing employment opportunities for people with disability

Minister Shorten seeks proposals on ways to boost employment participation for people with disability, discussion paper seeking public views on how best to achieve reform. How to provide a submission.

The Australian Government is committed to creating lasting opportunities for employment for people with disability.

To ensure that the most vulnerable Australians are able to find a job, earn a wage, enjoy the dignity of work and prosper from satisfying and rewarding careers, a consultation process has been launched to seek proposals on how best to boost employment participation for people with disability. The discussion paper, Improving Employment Participation of People with Disability, seeks public views on how to best achieve reform, including:

  • how to promote and improve equality for people with disability in employment and in the workplace
  • how to support employers to identify and remove barriers to full and equal participation of people with disability
  • how to promote the removal of all forms of discrimination on the basis of a persons’ disability
  • how to improve workplace consultation between employers and employees on issues concerning people with disability in the workplace
  • how to improve the productivity and competitiveness of Australian business through the advancement of people with disability in the workplace.

The Government would like to hear from all interested parties, including:

  • people with disability, their families, carers and community representatives
  • employers and employer representatives
  • current Employment Service Providers
  • state and local governments
  • unions and other employee representative groups

Providing proposals (submissions)

It is preferred that submissions be sent by email (Word or RFT format), they can also be sent via post.

Email submission to: dmh@deewr.gov.au

Post submission to:
Director
Disability and Mental Health Policy
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
Location: MC50 Level 5
GPO Box 9880
CANBERRA ACT 2601

Submissions will close at 5pm (EST) 15 February 2013.

Posted submissions must be postmarked before 12 February 2013 to be accepted. You will receive confirmation from the department that your submission has been received.

For further information contact dmh@deewr.gov.au

About submissions

Written submissions will be treated as public documents, unless you clearly mark on your submission that you do not want this to occur. Automatically generated confidentiality statements in emails are not enough to note your intention that your submission should remain confidential. Submissions may be published in full on this website, including any of your personal information provided. Personal information about third parties will be removed from submissions before they are published, unless consent from those parties has been provided. A request made under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act) for access to a submission marked confidential will be determined in accordance with the FOI Act.

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