Flex­i­bil­ity and di­ver­si­fi­ca­tion

The Weekly Advertiser Horsham - - Motoring -

AXIS Em­ploy­ment’s evo­lu­tion from hum­ble be­gin­nings in 1992 has in­volved hav­ing flex­i­bil­ity to di­ver­sify in the types of ser­vices it pro­vides.

Two of its key fo­cus ar­eas are its pri­mary Dis­abil­ity Em­ploy­ment Ser­vices, DES, and the youth-fo­cused Tran­si­tion to Work, TTW, pro­gram.

As a ma­jor Dis­abil­ity Em­ploy­ment Ser­vices provider AXIS Em­ploy­ment has a clear di­rec­tive to help peo­ple with a health bar­rier or dis­abil­ity find and keep a job.

Em­ploy­ment ser­vices man­ager Viv Wat­son said af­ter a per­son had a Cen­tre­link as­sess­ment to check their el­i­gi­bil­ity, they might be re­ferred to AXIS Em­ploy­ment, and that’s where the jour­ney started.

“Here we will pro­vide that per­son with sup­port to gain and main­tain a job, re­gard­less of their per­sonal cir­cum­stances,” she said.

“Peo­ple can con­tact AXIS Em­ploy­ment to help get through this process.

“AXIS Em­ploy­ment pro­vides the sup­port to en­sure you get the right job.

“We have pas­sion­ate and car­ing em­ploy­ment con­sul­tants who will help you on your jour­ney into em­ploy­ment.

“It is im­por­tant to re­mem­ber that dis­abil­i­ties vary con­sid­er­ably be­tween in­di­vid­u­als and this is where we have an acute un­der­stand­ing.

“To­gether with your em­ploy­ment con­sul­tant, we will de­velop a job plan, dis­cuss where you would like to work, de­velop a re­sume and as­sist you with train­ing and skill de­vel­op­ment.

“AXIS Em­ploy­ment has ac­cess to wage sub­si­dies to help your em­ployer to train and sup­port you while you learn your job.”

Mrs Wat­son said AXIS Em­ploy­ment pro­vided a sup­port­ive and pos­i­tive ser­vice to help peo­ple with a dis­abil­ity when they were look­ing for a job and sup­port them and their em­ployer while they set­tled in and learnt new skills.

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