people to find work.
people through our Employment, Indigenous, Youth and Community services.
employers to find the right fit.
different languages spoken by our staff.
staff who identify as
Aboriginal or Torres
of our staff were born in a country other than Australia.
Culturally and linguistically diverse people.
People with a disability,
injury or illness.
Each year National Reconciliation Week (NRW) occurs between 27 May to 3 June and explores a new theme which focuses on an area of importance to continue our reconciliation journey. The 2020 NRW theme is #InThisTogether. Reconciliation Australia have said that this theme “is now resonating in ways we could not have foreseen when we announced it last year, but it reminds us whether in a crisis or in reconciliation we are all #InThisTogether.” Read More
Sharn* joined the Work Ready, Release Ready (WRRR) program in April 2018 from the Adelaide Pre-Release Centre. Prior to her incarceration, she had a history of substance use that began at the age of 13 years old, and had a child at an early age. She had no work history and very limited education. During her incarceration, Sharn* identified that she wanted to study and find employment, however options for education at the prison were limited at the time. Read More
Phone interviews are an excellent way for hiring managers and human resources departments to more efficiently and quickly narrow down their candidates. Read More
Robert, Employer, Western Australia
David, Employer, New South Wales
Joanne, Employer, South Australia
Penny, Customer, New South Wales
Jerry, Customer, Victoria