In early November we launched a campaign inviting businesses to help us place 500 job seekers in 50 days. As 2020 has been a challenging year for many and the impact of COVID-19 has seen the number of unemployed reach record highs. We’re committed to changing that. If you are an employer and you plan to… Read more »
Global Skills Director, Rebecca Nicholls, has been appointed to the Sydney Greater West Employment Region Local Jobs and Skills Taskforce.
Global Skills celebrates 30 years of award winning service to job seekers and employers
Make a lasting impression with an employer by preparing well for an interview. To prepare yourself BEFORE the interview you should: Research – Gather information about the organisation and job. Use this information to prepare your own questions. Know how to get to the location of the interview by researching travel times by car or public transport Review… Read more »
There are six National Standards that apply to Disability Service providers.
Global Skills has launched an exciting new service to provide a greater level support and access for our job seekers and employers across the Greater Western Sydney region. On review of our stakeholder feedback and recognition of workforce changing needs to broaden the definition of standard business hours, Global Skills identified a unique opportunity to… Read more »
The Department of Employment introduced a new Quality Assurance Framework as a recognition of the Government’s commitment to ensuring the delivery of high quality services for job seekers and employers. The Quality Assurance Framework sets the minimum standard of quality for jobactive providers. Certification under the Quality Assurance Framework provides assurances that jobactive providers have in… Read more »
“It is with much pleasure and with great pride that we announce Teldraw Pty Ltd trading as Global Skills has secured an ongoing contract to deliver jobactive which replaces Job Services Australia funded by the Department of Employment,” Rebecca Nicholls, Global Skills Director announced today. From the 1st July 2015, Global Skills will be delivering ‘jobactive’ services… Read more »
A six-way partnership of leading employment service providers across Australia has been formed to ease the recruitment stress on large businesses. The National Workforce Network (NWN), officially launched this month, represents the first collaboration of its kind in the Australian employment services industry. NWN spokesperson, Mr Michael Wasley, said the network has been built from… Read more »
On 8 October 2014, Global Skills attended the Richmond Club and participated in a forum with Assistant Minister for Employment, Luke Hartsuyker, and Macquarie MP, Louise Markus to discuss Work for the Dole projects in our local area. Mr Hartsuyker said the Richmond Club’s Work for the Dole activities were regarded as one of “the best examples… Read more »