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Melissa Tapper of Australia

Melissa Tapper, dual Olympian and Paralympian, on building resilience, adapting to new circumstances, and building on the “1 percenters”

“It’s not an easy thing to consistently challenge and push yourself. It makes you vulnerable. But I…

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Research Project Announcement: Jobsbank & Diversity Council Australia Partner to Uncover Hidden Talent

Where are the hidden pools of talent in Australia’s labour market?How can employers better find,…

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Reconciliation responsibility: creating, and committing, to action as an employer

As presenter of the Champion Employer Award at the 2021 NESA National Conference, the Jobsbank…

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Out for Good Evaluation Summary

For a young person involved in the justice system, finding and retaining a job can be a huge challenge. For employers, it can also be challenging to understand and effectively respond to the needs of young people with this experience. 

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Angie’s Domestic Duties founder Angela Brown accepts her Champion Employer award. Photo: Photox

Congratulations to NESA’s Champion Employer of the Year

Jobsbank is delighted to congratulate Australia’s 2021 Champion Employer of the Year, Angie’s Domestic Duties…

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Jim and Justine

Jobsbank welcomes Justine Moss and Jim Hilaris to the board

Jobsbank Chair, the Hon. Wade Noonan and CEO Corinne Proske are delighted to announce two…

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A Chat With Damien Hodgkinson

In 2021, Jobsbank partnered with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival as it returned to live…

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One young person Out for Good

Out for Good was Jobsbank’s very first demonstration project. Alongside the Department of Justice, community…

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Jobs bank Australian Tennis

A paycheck – and much, much more

35% higher profits. A stronger Australian economy to the tune of $12.7bn. Greater happiness in…

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Koorie Heritage Trust

Jobsbank team visits Koorie Heritage Trust

Inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people starts with understanding the history of this…

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Melbourne International Comedy Festival Launch

After the year we’ve all had, gathering to laugh together is more important – and…

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In recent weeks, Australia has been rocked by allegations of gendered harassment and violence in…

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