people to find work.
people through our Employment, Indigenous, Youth and Community services.
employers to find the right fit.
different languages spoken by our staff.
staff who identify as
Aboriginal or Torres
of our staff were born in a country other than Australia.
Culturally and linguistically diverse people.
People with a disability,
injury or illness.
Workskil Australia has recently been notified by its payroll software supplier Frontier Software Pty Ltd that the personal information of its former employees has been the subject of unauthorised access following a cybersecurity incident. This only affects employees of Workskil Australia who were employed on or prior to 1 September 2000. Read More
When Workskil Australia Indigenous customer, Miranda, first started her employment journey she was excited to work, especially in a trade, however she was unsure which pathway to take and how to get there. At just 19 at that time, and with limited relevant experience, she needed extra support to upskill and guide her to start her new career. Miranda’s Workskil Australia support team, placed her in the PEER Pre-Apprenticeship Program to help her not only gain new skills, but also knowledge on the many employment pathway options she could take. Read More
As of July this year, you’re likely to see some changes if you’re a job seeker on an Australian Government employment services program. The previous program, jobactive, is now Workforce Australia. We’re here to guide you through this transition and ensure that both job seekers and employers feel comfortable with the new process and procedures. Read More
Robert, Employer, Western Australia
David, Employer, New South Wales
Joanne, Employer, South Australia
Penny, Customer, New South Wales
Jerry, Customer, Victoria