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Opportunity for everyone
through employment and inclusion

We are dedicated to a vision of opportunity for all through employment and inclusion! NESA is proud to have been Australia’s peak body for the employment services sector since 1997. We represent the full range of contracted employment service providers, including not-for-profit and private organisations providing services for people with disability, youth, Indigenous communities, people with mental health issues, migrants and other disadvantaged job seekers.

OUR Services

POLICY PAPERS AND SUBMISSIONS

Copies of our policy papers
and submissions to government inquiries

ADVOCACY AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

Information regarding our advocacy and stakeholder engagement activities

PRACTITIONER TOOLKIT

An evolving online resource kit for employment services practitioners

NESA EVENTS

Provides timely information about sector-relevant events as they arise - conferences, forums and retreats

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Our Professional Development workshop and webinar calendar

INDUSTRY PARTNERS

Presenting members with high quality practical services and product options that support business and operations

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES WORKFORCE SURVEY

Information regarding our biennial Employment Services Workforce Survey

CAPACITY BUILDING

Consulting and capacity building projects that complement our member services and advocacy

INTERNATIONAL

NESA has a team of expert advisors who are able to work alongside governments and organisations providing advisory services in policy design and implementation

OUR EVENTS

NESA has now supported the Australian Employment Services Sector in our shared vision of opportunity for all through employment and inclusion for over 22 years.

We our proud to be associated with our Members, whose work has been constant throughout these 22 years of change, supporting the most disadvantaged Australian job seekers – including mature aged, youth, people with disability, Indigenous Australians, single parents, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and recent migrants and refugees whether they are in urban, rural, regional or remote Australia. It is work that demands care, empathy, skill, resilience, innovation and vision.

We are delighted to present our achievements as the peak body for this vibrant sector in our online 2018-19 Annual Report.

7.1%

Australian unemployment rate (15+)

AS OF MAY 2020

927,600

Unemployed Australians (15+)

AS OF MAY 2020

12,154,000

Employment rate (15+)

AS OF MAY 2020