Kali, lets go to work!

Kali, lets go to work!

Categories: Job Seekers, Pirlangimpi

CDP Supervisor, Noel Galarla says, “Kali (come) let’s go to work!” Job seekers are expected to do up to 25 hours per week of work, and no one wants to miss out on their Centrelink payments. So come to work every day. If you miss out on three days in a row you will lose 8 weeks of payments.

Noel encourages young people to step up to work and learn different skills. The men at Pirlangimpi do lots of different jobs around the community, learning new skills and helping people.

“We have a bit of a yarn too while we’re working and a bit of fun. Not just only working hard. We can work hard and at the same time have fun,” he said.

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