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Championing diversity and inclusion at the AHRI Awards

For the second year in a row, Jobsbank supported the Australian HR Institute (AHRI) through their annual Awards.

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western region pathways report

Report: Jobs and Training Pathways for young people in the Western Region

Creating fertile ground for future projects is critical to the success of employment initiatives.

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engage project team

Project Launch: engage community + industry

Jobsbank talks all things engage with the team delivering a pioneering employment program to Melbourne’s metropolitan communities.

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New CEO for Jobsbank

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Karina Davis as the new CEO at Jobsbank.

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Flexible Employment Roles

Creating Flexible Employment Roles suitable for Carers: a new initiative

Jobsbank, in partnership with the Victorian Government, is creating flexible employment roles for carers.

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Jobsbank’s DCA Research Partnership Offers Keys to Unlock Jobseeker Barriers

Did you know that there are 3 million Australians looking for work or who want more work? Probably not. In past months we’ve been focusing on the lowest unemployment numbers for 50 years – an historic dip of 3.5%.

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Craig Foster wants to get it right

As host of the new Jobsbank podcast, Jobsbank sat down with Craig Foster to discuss why fairness in recruitment should be at the forefront of good employment policy.

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NESA awards

What does true inclusion look like? Just ask NF McDonnell & Sons

Nearly 30 percent of NF McDonnell & Sons Mount Gambier timber mills’ 123 staff have offending history, live with a disability, suffer from mental health, homelessness or transport issues, have severe long term unemployment or are refugees.

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A Tram in Melbourne

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

For the first time since the Social Procurement Framework was launched in 2018, research will map attitudes towards and understanding of the Framework.

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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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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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