21-year-old Mahalia from Kyogle, NSW approached atWork Australia for support in finding a stable position due to living with various mental health conditions. Mahalia was matched with dedicated Disability Employment Services Job Coach, Bronwyn from the atWork Australia Kyogle office, and this is when her life truly began to change. When Mahalia joined atWork Australia…

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The demand on employment services providers during COVID-19 has been sudden and strong, with thousands of jobseekers being added to caseloads every week. The added complexities of needing to shift service delivery approaches to a predominantly remote servicing model has led to rapid industry-wide change. Michael Kolomyjec, Group Executive Employment Services for atWork Australia, said…

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With the sudden impacts of COVID-19 placing unexpected demands on many industries, atWork Australia has been working even more closely with employers to meet their changing workforce needs. Maryanne Chappell, atWork Australia’s Account Manager, said “employer demand for our services remains strong, particularly as COVID-19 disruptions have led to critical staffing requirements for many in-demand…

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37-year-old, Darren, from Bunbury Western Australia came to atWork Australia after struggling to find long-term, consistent work. Since 1999, Darren has had inconsistent roles for only 2-3 months each. Darren lives with anxiety and depression and has also moved constantly. A lack of stable accommodation meant Darren struggled to hold down a job for a…

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21-year-old Mahalia from Kyogle, NSW approached atWork Australia for support in finding a stable position due to living with various mental health conditions. Mahalia was matched with dedicated Disability Employment Services Job Coach, Bronwyn from the atWork Australia Kyogle office, and this is when her life truly began to change. When Mahalia joined atWork Australia…

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The demand on employment services providers during COVID-19 has been sudden and strong, with thousands of jobseekers being added to caseloads every week. The added complexities of needing to shift service delivery approaches to a predominantly remote servicing model has led to rapid industry-wide change. Michael Kolomyjec, Group Executive Employment Services for atWork Australia, said…

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With the sudden impacts of COVID-19 placing unexpected demands on many industries, atWork Australia has been working even more closely with employers to meet their changing workforce needs. Maryanne Chappell, atWork Australia’s Account Manager, said “employer demand for our services remains strong, particularly as COVID-19 disruptions have led to critical staffing requirements for many in-demand…

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37-year-old, Darren, from Bunbury Western Australia came to atWork Australia after struggling to find long-term, consistent work. Since 1999, Darren has had inconsistent roles for only 2-3 months each. Darren lives with anxiety and depression and has also moved constantly. A lack of stable accommodation meant Darren struggled to hold down a job for a…

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