Employment Plus enjoys the support of many organisations across the community, working collaboratively to assist people into work. Our partners include on-hire employment providers, TAFEs and industry bodies. Importantly, other not-for-profit and government organisations support our job seekers by providing Work for the Dole placements, where work-like experience can be gained.
Sian Jaquet speaks to the crowd.
Employment Plus puts on family focused workshops for parents
Employment Plus held two special family focused workshops – It Takes a Village – for parents living in the Northern suburbs of Adelaide. Parents in the Ingle Farm and Gawler regions heard about the various support resources available to them, with the kids entertained by a magician, face painting and play equipment. Family and relationships expert, Sian Jaquet, provided parents with useful tips on how to navigate through all manner of parenting, life and work challenges and those interested could also participate in a drumming workshop. ParentsNext is an initiative by the federal government, which provides support to parents during the five year period between birth and their return to work, as kids near school age.
Two people hold a Tree of Life craft piece.
Work for the Dole
Work for the Dole participants
at Bayside Craft have been working on adult quilts, reading pillow, hand towels and more to help provide comfort to those fleeing domestic violence situations. The job-seeking candidates set out to make a significant number of adult quilts, reading pillows, hand-towels, face-washers, tote bags, adult quilts and calico shopping bags to provide comfort to those fleeing domestic violence situations.
Graeme Rigley speaks at a DES launch.
DES takes off across Australia
Employment Plus has wrapped up a series of launches
of its Disability Employment Services across Australia. Employment Plus had the privilege of musician and star of ABC television show Employable Me,
Kayla Sirrell, performing at each event.
Two children playing.
Employment Plus makes links with Kaurna Warra Karrpanthi
Kaurna Warra Karrpanthi
is the leading group dedicated to Kaurna language revitalisation and maintenance process and has granted Employment Plus cultural permission to use the phrase Parna nganta yarthunthi
in promoting the ParentsNext program. Employment Plus looks forward to utilising this phrase and undertands the importance of Kaurna in the Adelaide region in which ParentsNext is offered.
Red Shield Appeal volunteers.
Giving back to the community
As a not-for-profit recruiter, The Salvation Army Employment Plus understands the importance of giving back to the community. Hear from Abigail
, a typical Australian woman who received assistance from the Salvos in the time she most needed it.