Supporting and retaining employees can save your business time and money as well as keeping valuable skills that may be difficult to replace.
There are free services to help you get the help and support when employing or retaining people with disability.
Disability awareness can help new employees with disability feel supported in a new job and can also make sure that co-workers feel at ease when communicating and working with a new employee with disability.
Employees with disability should be given the same opportunities for training and development as other employees.
Encouraging all staff to engage in career planning is essential to retain the good staff you already have.
Performance management is the process of establishing goals and measuring performance against these goals.
Information on mentoring and how it will help you to support an employee with disability.
Flexibility in the workplace can improve the way your workplace operates and can help you retain staff.
Information and strategies on the important of developing teams.
Suggestions on how you can support an employee when they experience symptoms of mental illness.
Information on the financial help available when recruiting a person with disability, including the help available to pay for the cost of workplace adjustments or solutions if they are needed to accommodate a worker with disability in a job.
The JobAccess Advisers can provide expert advice on retaining and supporting staff with disability. Contact the JobAccess Advisers on 1800 464 800 or by using the Online Enquiry Form: