Posted September 29, 2018 09:42:20 If you have been unemployed for a number of months, you may have received a letter from the Department of Employment (DoE) informing you that you have a valid unemployment claim.
You may have also received a similar notice from your local WorkCover agency.
These letters can be used to find out if you are eligible for a job.
This post walks through the steps to get an unemployment certificate, and how to get the certificate signed by a letter editor.
The letter itself is not necessary.
It is important to know that the DoE only needs to sign a letter if you have previously received a notice from a WorkCover organisation, and you have not applied for a new job.
If you are a person who has previously applied for work, the letter will tell you whether you have qualified for work or not.
If the letter says you have already received the letter, it means that you are not eligible to apply for a Workcover job.
You must get a letter signed by an editor, and it is important you get the letter from a letterwriter.
You can do this by calling the Department’s WorkCover office, and asking for the person who signed the letter.
WorkCover can be contacted on 1300 555 128.
It may also be possible to use a service such as the Australian WorkCover website to get a job through the DoEs website.
If this is not possible, you can call the Doe’s office on 1300 666 126.
To apply for work from the Doec, you need to apply online.
You need to have completed the required work assessment, and be willing to complete any additional work requirements.
You will need to supply your: full name and address (you will need this to get your employment insurance number)