Client Spotlight: Danielle Sloane
Client Spotlight: Ali Goddard
Cafe SIX258 and Joblife Partner in support of disability employment
A new Manjimup café and pizza parlour has employed a number of people with varying disabilities in partnership with Joblife Employment. With six participants from Joblife working in the kitchen and on front of house the opportunity has been life changing.
From client to employee – welcome to Monique
Monique joined Joblife Employment as a client. Now she’s a Joblife employee. Through our Manjimup consultant, Emma, she has blossomed into a valuable member of staff.
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.
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.
How a smart phone is changing Greg’s life
Greg is energetic and really enthusiastic about finding work, so Joblife was able to help by providing him with a smartphone.
Joblife recognise that we need you to be connected so what better way than an exclusive APP and access to a phone!
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!
Joblife, a joint venture for two of Australia’s most respected Disability Service Providers launches across Australia.
A pioneering collaboration between one of Australia’s largest providers of disability services, Life Without Barriers (LWB), and leading employment services provider, Angus Knight Group (AKG), will create better outcomes for job seekers with a disability as a result of a successful bid to provide employment services nationally.