About Us

Inclusive workplaces are better for everyone - businesses, individuals, families, and communities.

Who is JobsBank?

JobsBank makes inclusive employment and social procurement work for business.

An independent, Victorian-based not-for-profit, we look at individual business needs, tailoring solutions to increase employer inclusivity and fill workforce gaps.

We work closely with government, community and non-profit partners to create full-service business support that makes socially inclusive employment easy and sustainable.

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Our approach

Our team works with you to implement processes and systems for inclusive recruitment. We provide a single point of contact and the tools and support for businesses to take advantage of current and future opportunities with an evolving, diverse workforce.

We can help:

  • prepare organisations for engagement with socially inclusive recruitment
  • source quality staff
  • support businesses to retain talented team members
  • support employees on the job
  • navigate social procurement, ensuring the benefits are understood and embraced at all levels of an organisation

The Benefits

We know that jobs changes lives.

We know recidivism declines when ex-offenders are employed. That migrants and refugees want to contribute to their new community and are better able to integrate when working. That people with disabilities are more likely to live independently when they have a job. That better mental health outcomes are intricately linked, across all demographics, with finding purpose through employment.

And a wealth of research shows the benefits run both ways.

Culturally diverse staff open a company’s doors to new customers and clientele. People with disabilities remain with an organisation longer and take fewer sick days than other workers. And a company with inclusive values is more likely to attract talented young people who’ve grown up expecting businesses to do the right thing by their communities.

JobsBank understands that visionary businesses have the power to carry us forward as a society in which all people can thrive, and all contributions can be valued.

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The Outcome when Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace

Increase of 66%


A majority of consumers will spend more on products and services from ethical brands with sustainable business practices

Increase of 35%


Companies in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35% more likely to have above average returns

Increase of 33%


Companies with diverse executive teams are 33% more likely to see better than average profits

Increase of 15%


Companies in the top quartile for gender diversity are 15% more likely to have above average returns


Diverse workplaces are six times more likely to be innovative and to be able to effectively anticipate change


90% of people with disabilities rated average or better on performance compared to colleagues without disabilities


47% of millennials (who will make up 75% of the workforce by 2025) consider diversity and inclusion in the workplace important while looking for a job

The benefits flowing from a more inclusive Australia have broad implications for the economy

These benefits are not limited to individual businesses. There is a wealth of evidence to suggest that breaking down barriers to inclusivity would support a significant boom in Australia's overall economic wealth.

Increase of $43bn


Employment of more people with disabilities would result in a $43bn increase in Australia’s GDP

Increase of $25bn


Increasing women's participation in the workforce by 6% would add $25bn annually to Australia's GDP

Increase of $24bn


Closing the gap in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander outcomes by 2031 would contribute $24bn to Australia's economy

Increase of $12.7bn


The economic dividend from a more inclusive Australia is estimated at $12.7bn annually

Increase of 2x


Diverse and inclusive workplaces are twice as likely to meet or exceed financial targets

Increase of $10.8bn


Having equal gender representation in leadership could be worth an extra $10.8 billion to the economy

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