atWork Australia are thrilled to support Water Corporation, as they expand their workforce and hope to build a more diverse workplace.
Water Corporation have commenced a recruitment drive, aiming to fill positions such as call center administration, customer service, operators, and meter reader roles.
atWork Australia’s Employer Engagement Consultant, Jessica, has built a strong relationship with Water Corporation. Jake, Water Corporation’s Diversity and Inclusion Sourcing Advisor, said, “Jess has been phenomenal in streamlining the application process for our vacancies in the Perth metropolitan and regional areas.”
From what is a relatively new working relationship, over the past four weeks, atWork Australia have added fifty-two clients into Water Corporation’s recruitment pool, with four clients expecting an immediate start.
Water Corporation have valued the support to attract a diverse range of candidates to their organisation. Hiring a diverse workforce will help to strengthen their community engagement, build confidence in employees and empower participants to achieve their employment goals.
Water Corporation are excited to promote themselves as an equal opportunity employer and will work with atWork Australia candidates to make any reasonable adjustments or workplace modifications the person may require to be successful in a position and throughout the employment journey. Jake continued, “atWork Australia has helped to increase our diverse workforce and ensure an inclusive workplace balance.”
atWork Australia look forward to continuing to support Water Corporation with their recruitment needs and building a long-lasting relationship.
“Water Corporation is increasing the diversity in the workforce and sourcing untapped talent,” Jake, Water Corporation’s Diversity and Inclusion Sourcing Advisor.
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