NESA Media Appearances

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ABCnews radio

10 JULY 2020

Listen to Sally Sinclair, CEO NESA speak with NewsRadio’s Mandy Presland

Employment firms are calling on the government to do more to re-skill and create jobs for people who have found themselves out of work in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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THE GUARDIAN

10 JULY 2020

The peak body for employment services in Australia has called on the federal government to strike a “new deal” with jobseekers and commit “to leave no one behind”

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PM, ABC RADIO

30 JUNE 2020

Sally Sinclair, CEO NESA speaks to David Sparkes on PM, ABC
 
“Members are focused on making sure people get the support and the services that they need to get them back into the workforce as quickly as possible.”
 
Featuring: Scott Morrison, Prime Minister
Peter Strong, Council of Small Business Australia
Sally Sinclair, National Employment Services Association
Alison Pennington, Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute
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ABC Radio Brisbane

19 JUNE 2020

Listen to Sally Sinclair, CEO NESA speak with Rebecca Levingston on ABC Radio National, about how the Employment Fund supports job seekers in gaining employment.

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ABC Radio Adelaide

2 JUNE 2020

Listen to today’s ABC Radio National’s interview featuring Sally Sinclair, CEO NESA, talk about how employment services providers “want to be able to help people”.

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ABC Radio Adelaide

27 MAY 2020

Listen to Sally Sinclair, NESA CEO talk on ABC Radio National about the need for restructuring the investment in the employment services system to support the hundreds of thousands of new jobseekers that will need help to re-train or find work.

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THE NEW DAILY

18 may 2020

‘Unethical’: Job providers cry poor as staff pressured to breaking point

By Christianne Barro

National Employment Services Association chief executive Sally Sinclair told The New Daily employment agencies had experienced a 70 per cent plunge in the number of unemployed Australians they’d been able to funnel back into the workforce.

 

 

 

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