Advisory Services

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Aligned with our services that assist the individual within an organization we also have the capability to help with advice regarding the issues that affect workplace health and organizational capability. We are effectively your 'one stop shop' with a range of Advisory Services that respond to specific customer needs.

We can assist employers with strategic advice on Return to Work trends within their organization, providing insight with a view to prevention of future claims. Similarly we can provide consultative advice on an employers portfolio of claims, drilling down to the individual case level if required to assist with the overall management of workers compensation claims within an organization.

We also have the capability to advise large employers in terms of accessing an alternative labour pool via the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator (NDRC) and JobAccess services that we administer on behalf of the Australian Government.

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A 'one-stop shop' for all matters relating to the employment of people with a disability. Includes online resources and telephone assistance to assist employers in becoming more "disability confident". Operated on behalf of the Department of Education, Employment and Work Relations (DEEWR) since 2006 providing help and workplace solutions for people with disability and their employers. For more information:

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National Disability Recruitment Coordinator (NDRC)
The NDRC provides free, confidential information and expert advice to employers about good practice when it comes to recruiting and working with people with disability. The NDRC help build bridges between large employers with the broader talent pool of job ready candidates registered with Disability Employment Services nationally.

With one in five Australians now living with disability, including mental health conditions, it simply makes good business sense to ensure your organisation fully embraces human potential. This comes from a focus on abilities, rather than disability.

Our employer partners for the 2013-14 financial year include:

Crown Melbourne HR Block Southern Rural Water
Price Waterhouse Coopers Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Town of Port Hedland Council
Stockland Five Senses Coffee The Westin Sydney
Australian Society of HIV Medicine MEGT - Australian Apprenticeships Centre Vic Health
Jesuit Social Services Mercy Health Waverly Council
NSW Chamber of Fruit and Veg Inc Natioanl Disability Insurance Agency EW Tipping Foundation
Ballarat YMCA Shangri-La Hotel Sydney Deakin University
City of Whittlesea Skybus Holyroyd City Council

The NDRC understands that employers join the NDRC program at different stages of disability confidence and competence and that as an employer; you may initially have limited understanding of working with Disability Employment Services (DES).

The NDRC team works closely with you to develop an overview of your recruitment processes and preferred method of engagement, as well as gathering hints and tips for success for DES providers and their candidates.

We advise DES and their candidates to visit your company’s website for job opportunities or to contact the NDRC for general information about the application process until this confidence increases.
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