A recruiter who has been bombarded with bogus resumes by welfare cheats says Centrelink could fix its ‘broken system’ by having agents monitor which jobs people are applying for.
Graham Wynn, boss of Australian and NZ firm Superior People Recruitment, previously revealed to Daily Mail Australia how he is receiving thousands of bogus job applications from people trying to keep their benefits.
Under the current Centrelink system, applicants are required to apply for 20 jobs a month to keep their welfare payments – something that has led to employers being bombarded with often ridiculous resumes.
Mr Wynn says the broken system can only be fixed if the applications are properly monitored and not just automatically added to monthly totals.
He believes that an agent should be notified when someone they are in charge of applies for a job. This, he says, would allow the agent to decide if the job is appropriate for the applicant’s level of experience.
Graham Wynn says the…