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Minda (MJP Employment Services): Disability Organisation Minda Transforms Commercial Enterprise Into Social Enterprise
South Australia’s largest non-government disability services organisation is set to restructure its $30 million commercial enterprise operations and transform it into a social enterprise.
Minda’s Commercial Enterprises provide supported employment opportunities for people living with intellectual disability.
Forrest Personnel: Erskine Coles recognised for employing people with disabilities
Coles at Erskine Central Shopping Centre has been recognised for its contribution to Disability Employment Services and its commitment to employing people with a disability.
EPIC Assist: EPIC merges with Ability Group to extend footprint into Tasmania and Melbourne
EPIC Assist and Ability Tasmania Group (Ability) are pleased to announce a merger of their organisations, effective from May 2, 2016.
JobMatch Gympie: Michael follows his true passion for plants
I have a philosophy that everyone deserves a little of your time, especially those who work up enough courage of securing a job. Michael was accompanied by Ben from JobMatch Gympie. His job was to match people with disabilities to a suitable job.
Nova Employment: Previously ‘unemployable’ people with disabilities now hitting the workforce
All their lives they’ve struggled to find jobs – but now, these graduates of a new NSW Government pilot program are ready and primed to undertake employment.
Mylestones Employment: Morgan’s a top employee
A young man with Down syndrome has celebrated his first anniversary of working at Maryborough's Supa IGA.
Northcott: St George residents gain access to bigger range of disability services
School leavers are being equipped with work and life skills needed for jobs through a program at the new Hurstville office of disability services provider, Northcott.
Ostara Australia: Serving a greater good
Great food, a desire to employ locals and a dash of social conscience have been a recipe for success for Sunbury restaurateur Ami Tran.
When opening Vietnamese restaurant District 3429 in O’Shanassy Street late last year, Ms Tran sought to hire staff who lived in the area in a bid to create connection and help ease the area’s high unemployment.
LEAD Employment: Recyclery teaching young men with disabilities to restore unwanted bikes for re-sale
A bike repair workshop in Canberra's north is giving young men with disabilities the skills to fix discarded bikes for re-sale.
SensWide Employment: WorkingOUT wins LGBTIQ Business Award
On Friday 16 October SensWide Employment won the 2015 GLOBE Community ANZ Excellence in Business Award for its impact in creating positive employment opportunities for LGBTIQ job seekers.