Em­ploy­ment ex­pan­sion

Weekend Courier - - Opinion -

WORKSKIL has opened 14 of­fices in WA as part of an ex­pan­sion to help 12,000 job­seek­ers.

The not-for-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion opened stores across Perth, in­clud­ing in Clark­son and Joon­dalup, on March 26.

There is also a Rock­ing­ham of­fice.

“This is an in­cred­i­bly ex­cit­ing time to be join­ing Workskil Aus­tralia,” in­com­ing state man­ager Hugh Reilly said.

“Workskil Aus­tralia has an out­stand­ing na­tional rep­u­ta­tion in pro­vid­ing em­ploy­ment, in­dige­nous, youth and dis­abil­ity ser­vices.

“The or­gan­i­sa­tion’s fresh and in­no­va­tive ap­proach to work­ing with em­ploy­ers and job­seek­ers will be very ef­fec­tive in our lo­cal labour mar­ket.”

The em­ploy­ment ser­vices provider re­cruited 105 staff in WA ahead of the of­fi­cial start date for its job-ac­tive con­tracts.

“We want to make a real dif­fer­ence in WA and achieve pos­i­tive em­ploy­ment out­comes for job­seek­ers and em­ploy­ers un­der the Gov­ern­ment’s jobac­tive pro­gram,” chief ex­ec­u­tive Nicole Dwyer said.

“Over time, we will also be look­ing to ex­pand our range of ser­vices in WA.”

Visit www.workskil.com.au for more in­for­ma­tion.

Workskil’s in­com­ing state man­ager Hugh Reilly.

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