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New game plan for Alan

Posted December 9, 2019

Alan Stringer knows a thing or two about the value of support. A diagnosis of Query Fever (Q Fever)* turned the former South Australian National Football League player and coach’s life upside down 15 years ago. What followed was two shoulder operations and five years of limited work – eventually, a deep depression set in….

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Adelaide job seekers fast-tracking their way to work

Posted November 19, 2019

Adelaide job seekers are accelerating their way to work with the help of MatchWorks as part of the Australian Government’s new jobactive employment services trial, which will redesign the way services are delivered. Under the new jobactive trial, job seekers who are job-ready and digitally literate will initially access online tools and services, and contact…

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Mature-age to kick employment goals

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Local employment service provider MatchWorks partnered with Melbourne City Football Club to launch the first City at Work employability, health and wellbeing program for unemployed mature-age job seekers in North East Melbourne yesterday. City at Work is a four-week employment program for mature-age job seekers aged 45 plus. This life-changing program focuses on strengthening people’s…

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Indigenous job seekers in Kwinana get a helping hand

Posted November 14, 2019

Local employment service provider MatchWorks will help close the gap in Indigenous employment with the launch of the Deadly Yakka program in Kwinana on Monday 4 November. Indigenous unemployment is three times higher than it is for non-Indigenous community members. Deadly Yakka is helping address this issue by delivering a tailored two-week program which produces…

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