atWork Australia offers advice on how to support employees with invisible disability The fear of discrimination is potentially forcing those with invisible disability to hide their condition from prospective employers, according to leading Disability Employment Services experts. This can prevent businesses from supporting these employees and ensuring they are a productive part of their teams.…

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atWork Australia are thrilled to announce our Disability Employment Services (DES) team in Tasmania have appointed Natasha Street as a dedicated ‘Community Engagement Consultant’ for the Launceston region. Natasha has joined the atWork Australia DES team to support people living with disability, injury or health condition find sustainable work. Within her role Natasha will work…

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The landscape in Australia has dramatically changed over the last few months. The surge of COVID-19 has significantly changed our daily practices at work, at home and within our local community. With employers across the nation rapidly learning the best ways to manoeuvre forward, not only for their businesses but to support their valuable employees…

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic can be stressful and impact mental health and wellbeing. “It’s natural to feel a range of emotions, such as stress, worry, anxiety, boredom, or low mood.” (heathtohealth). Here at atWork Australia we support people with depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions into meaningful work. Good mental health is something our…

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atWork Australia offers advice on how to support employees with invisible disability The fear of discrimination is potentially forcing those with invisible disability to hide their condition from prospective employers, according to leading Disability Employment Services experts. This can prevent businesses from supporting these employees and ensuring they are a productive part of their teams.…

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atWork Australia are thrilled to announce our Disability Employment Services (DES) team in Tasmania have appointed Natasha Street as a dedicated ‘Community Engagement Consultant’ for the Launceston region. Natasha has joined the atWork Australia DES team to support people living with disability, injury or health condition find sustainable work. Within her role Natasha will work…

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The landscape in Australia has dramatically changed over the last few months. The surge of COVID-19 has significantly changed our daily practices at work, at home and within our local community. With employers across the nation rapidly learning the best ways to manoeuvre forward, not only for their businesses but to support their valuable employees…

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic can be stressful and impact mental health and wellbeing. “It’s natural to feel a range of emotions, such as stress, worry, anxiety, boredom, or low mood.” (heathtohealth). Here at atWork Australia we support people with depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions into meaningful work. Good mental health is something our…

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