Introducing….. FUTUREPROOF 2022- the future of work in the Hunter festival. Expressions of interest to host events now open! https://lnkd.in/dZDhuJ6W
It’s normal to feel unsure about returning back to your customer service role as we reopen. We’ve made an easy to use quick tips guide on how to manage difficult situations, and where to find help. Customer Service Guide
Jobs in the Valley & Vines: Transforming Lives program underway (hunterheadline.com.au)
The New South Wales Hunter region will benefit from a $95,000 investment to help local hospitality job seekers back into work, as part of the Australian Government’s Local Recovery Fund. The Local Recovery Fund is an important part of the Local Jobs Program, which is being expanded as part of the 2021-22 Federal Budget.
The Boosting Apprenticeships Commencement (BAC) scheme has headed off what was shaping up to be a significant slump in new commencements in 2020, resulting instead in the highest number of sign-ups of new apprentices and trainees in the region in seven years. The Business NSW Skilling Australia for a better future report released in July … Continue reading “Apprentice subsidy a boost for Hunter business as placements soar”
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced $1.2bn extension of a popular funding scheme that will bring thousands of new jobs to Australia. The federal government will spend an extra $1.2bn on a scheme to help tradies hire thousands of new apprentices and trainees. The Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements wage subsidy program will be extended for 12 … Continue reading “Federal government to pour $1.2bn into creating new apprentices, trainees”
Karla Notman is the newly appointed Hunter Employment Facilitator tasked with helping the region’s jobless Where were you raised? I was born and raised in the Hunter, starting my schooling in Lake Macquarie before moving to Maitland. Coming from two hard-working, blue-collar families, my career has been influenced by their work ethic, and passion for … Continue reading “Q&A with Karla Notman from Hunter Employment Facilitator tasked with helping the region’s jobless”
Getting Maitland and Hunter Valley job seekers skilled and back to work is the priority for Karla Notman, the newly appointed Hunter Employment Facilitator. Ms Notman, who grew up in Maitland, is one of 25 Australian Government appointed employment facilitators supporting the delivery of its $62.8 million Local Jobs Programacross Australia. Facilitators work on- the- … Continue reading “Former Maitland woman Karla Notman’s new post to help Hunter job seekers”