What we offer employers:

Did you know? In Australia one in five people experience disability. Studies have shown employees and customers are more loyal to organisations that demonstrate they value diversity and inclusion and that their workforce reflects the community as a whole.

Two week free trial of job seekers

Matching the right candidate to the job

Create a positive workplace impact

Full reference check

Wage subsidies

Workplace modifications

24 hour turnaround from employer listing a vacancy to receiving resumes

Post placement support for candidates including access to training to upskill

Reduction in administration load for employers

One in five Australians have a disability of some kind.  It makes senses to broaden the talent pool when you are recruiting by including people with disability.  Research shows that businesses who have a more diverse employment and recruitment practice attract more customers and have a more engaged workforce.  In addition there are a range of subsidies available to help on-board your new employee.

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We have a wide variety of skill and industry-specific training programs which we can use to build specific competencies of potential employees. Customised training such as this is particularly relevant to businesses looking to employ multiple candidates as we can make sure everyone is at the same level on day one.

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There are a range of subsidies available to help on-boarding your new employee that your Joblife consultant can help you with:

  • Wage Subsidy Scheme
  • Restart (for people over 50)
  • Work Assist
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  • Joblife had all the answers to my questions, helped fill out the paperwork and found the right person for the role.

    Bruce Prince
    Sunview by Glass and Aluminium
  • They took care of all the paperwork, explained everything clearly and have provided support to the employees. I would highly recommend them to anyone.

    Yaseer Saeed
    Hollywood Car Wash
  • How Dicky Beach Surf Club is supporting Matthew

    When Matthew changed schools for family reasons he had to leave his employment which resulted in the cancellation of his school based traineeship in hospitality. Find out how Joblife got him back on track.

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  • How Joblife assists Katelyn with the ongoing learning support she needs in her apprenticeship.

    Petene Hughes from Zimbuca hair salon saw something of her younger self in Katelyn when she offered her a job. With ongoing support from Heath at Joblife Mooloolaba, Katelyn is now thriving as an apprentice.

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  • Why a 5 Star disability employment service provider is a good fit for Issatec

    With a rapidly growing business, Mohammed Issa wanted to build a safe, inclusive and diverse workforce.

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  • How recruiting people with disability is building a diverse workforce for Hollywood Car Wash

    Hollywood Car Wash is building a diverse workforce having recently employed a number of staff with disability. Owner Yassir, has high praise for his new staff members, and found the process easy and simple with the support from his consultants.

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  • How Joblife Mooloolaba partnered with Bruce from Sunview

    Our Mooloolaba office opened its doors on the 2nd July and Heath has hit the ground running matching Hunter to a role with Bruce and his local business. The business currently employs 12 people including glaziers and support staff and are pleased to welcome new hire Hunter, who is on the Autism Spectrum, to the the team!

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Joblife has helped Brandon, a 17 year old student from Manjimup in WA, to find a horticulture traineeship with a local winery. Shedley Wines has been amazing in their willingness to help Brandon any way they can.

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How Dicky Beach Surf Club is supporting Matthew

When Matthew changed schools for family reasons he had to leave his employment which resulted in the cancellation of his school based traineeship in hospitality. Find out how Joblife got him back on track.

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Partnership to educate employers about the benefits of employing neurodiverse people

A partnership between Joblife Employment, Life Without Barriers and Untapped Group will improve education for employers about the benefits of employing neurodiverse people.

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