Recruitment in Australia must respond to changing labour market requirements. While some industries experience high labour market demands, other industries experience low demand for new employees. You can address your future staffing requirements by recruiting people with disability.
Like all employees, people with disability bring a range of skills, abilities and qualifications to the workplace. Many businesses already employ workers with disability because it makes good business sense.
As an employer, you want the right person for the job. The right person could be someone with disability. Many employers have not previously recruited a person with disability and you may not know how to take those first steps.
Taking on an apprentice of trainee is a good way to train someone for your business.
Step by step guides on the recruitment process—from developing a job description through to interviewing a person with disability. Also provides information on obtaining help with the recruitment process.
Information and suggestions on things to consider when a new employee with disability commences with your business.
There are many benefits of work experience for your business and for job seekers. You have the chance to try somebody out before hiring them, and they have an opportunity to gain experience and learn new skills.
Information on the financial help available to you when recruiting a person with disability.
Disability awareness is an important factor when recruiting a person with disability. Disability awareness training provides facts, research, tips for communication and tips for accommodation within the workplace.
The JobAccess Advisers can provide expert advice on the recruitment process. Contact the JobAccess Advisers on 1800 464 800 or by using the Online Enquiry Form: