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The Social Procurement Framework – It’s time for your voice to be heard!

If the last two years have shown us anything, it is that we need to hire differently; in fact, employers who diversify their workforce are experiencing fewer labour shortages.

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Too many australians are locked out of secure work.

ARC Linkage grant announcement: a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create sustainable employment pathways for disadvantaged and vulnerable groups

Professor Jo Ingold has just notified the Jobsbank research team of the successful outcome of a research project funding under the Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project grants that was in the making for months.

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Wamarra Managing Director Hayden Heta at Jobsbank's Meet The Suppliers event

Meet The Suppliers focus event: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-owned business

Timed between Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week, Jobsbank’s second Meet The Suppliers event brought together businesses who highlight the depth, talent and ability to take on large-scale work among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-owned organisations.

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a man sits at a computer which is displaying Jobsbank's Inclusion Hub website.

Video: The Inclusion Hub; a Jobsbank & Refugee Talent Initiative

In our new video, we showcase Inclusion Hub, the new web portal that matches employers with “hidden talent” – jobseekers who may be overlooked on other employment platforms due to systemic barriers.

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Hakimah Shah, part of the Jobsbank-Tennis Australia employment partnership, works in one of the AO retail outlets at the Australian Open at Melbourne Park in Melbourne on January 26, 2022. MANDATORY PHOTO CREDIT Fiona Hamilton/TENNIS AUSTRALIA

Swinburne x Jobsbank Research Project announcement: Moving the message of social procurement

After groundbreaking work to change the conversation around representation for women in sport, Swinburne’s Sport Innovation Group is partnering with Jobsbank and turning its lens to social procurement.

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A man wearing high-visibility workwear packs fruit in a cardboard box

For many Australians, ‘full employment’ is a demoralising myth

On the eve of the federal election, Jobsbank CEO Corinne Proske writes on what employers can do for the jobseekers who don’t make the headlines.

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Anthea Loucas Bosha, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival CEO

Melbourne Food + Drink CEO Anthea Loucas Bosha on inclusive employment

After two years of disruption, the Melbourne Food & Drink Festival made its triumphant return, with a commitment to inclusive employment front and centre.

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Viv Nguyen, Nola Karapanagiotidis, Corinne Proske and Fotini Kypraios seated on stage at the HACCI International Women's Day panel event, 2022.

Conversations: Jobsbank’s new video series launches with a #breakthebias International Women’s Day recap

On International Women’s Day, Jobsbank took part in a panel hosted by the Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, featuring Viv Nguyen, VMC Chair, County Court Judge Nola Karapanagiotidis,
Corinne Proske, Jobsbank CEO,
Fotini Kypraios, HACCI Chair & Prisma Legal Founder.

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An crowd of people gathered in Melbourne's Federation Square, listening to a speaker at Jobsbank's first Meet The Suppliers event.

Meet your new social impact suppliers

Jobsbank’s first Meet The Suppliers event displayed just a hint of the depth and breadth of Australia’s social impact community.

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Jobsbank CEO Corinne Proske and the Piano Bar team celebrating their 'Excellence in LGBTIQ Small Business and Enterprise' award.

The 2021 GLOBE Community Awards

Held at a joyous black-tie event in Melbourne this month, the awards celebrated the LGBTIQ+ community at its finest, and included Jobsbank’s award for Excellence in Small Business and Enterprise.

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Tyron Bravo, Corinne Proske, Simon Fenech and Rob Brown in the loading bay at Fruit2Work

Introducing: Stories of Impact

For the third year, Jobsbank is working with the Australian Open to place jobseekers facing barriers, and help build a truly inclusive workplace.

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Jobsbank staff with Tennis Australia's Vicki Reid

Jobsbank x Australian Open wrap: an inclusive employment success story

For the third year, Jobsbank is working with the Australian Open to place jobseekers facing barriers, and help build a truly inclusive workplace.

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