For more than 30 years we have delivered employment services for people with disability, changing workplace cultures and building a more diverse workforce where everyone has the opportunity to participate.
Our job seekers may have an illness, injury, disability or come from a disadvantaged background – factors which may be perceived as barriers to employment.
Our tailored support service helps to overcome these factors, which enables job seekers to bring their enthusiasm, skills and talents into your business and participate in the workforce.
With a focus on your business requirements, we match the right person to the job and provide ongoing support to ensure a successful and sustainable employment outcome.
Register your vacancy online or call 0403 090 763 to speak with a member of our team.
Why choose Wesley Employment Services?
- We provide a no cost service to help you find the right staff
- We’ll work closely with you to understand your business and your recruitment needs
- We partner with a range of small, medium and large local businesses across all industries
How can we help you?
We offer a range of free services to employers including:
- Access to local job seekers
- Assistance with job design, position descriptions and advertisements
- Sourcing, pre-screening, shortlisting and referral of suitable candidates
- Training, information and awareness for your staff
- Extensive post placement support to your business and the employee
- Help for employees whose job may be in jeopardy as a result of their disability
- Assistance in accessing government subsidies and initiatives – wage subsidies, workplace modifications and equipment, new apprenticeships and traineeships.
The benefits of a diverse workforce
Building partnerships with local businesses is important to us. We provide ongoing support to achieve employment outcomes that will not only meet your business objectives, but demonstrate a progressive workplace that’s committed to inclusiveness and diversity.
And there are great benefits for your business too, as found by a Deakin University study:
- 90% of employees with disability achieve productivity rates equal to or greater than other workers
- 98% have average or superior safety records
- 86% have an average or superior attendance record
- Employees with disability average one sixth the recorded OHS incidents of employees without disability
- The average recruitment cost of an employee with a disability is 13% of that of an employee without disability.
What is a disability?
Some people are born with a disability, while others have spent most of their lives without their disability. This may result from an accident, illness, congenital or genetic disorder – there are many different kinds of disability.
A disability may be visible or hidden, may be permanent or temporary, and may have minimal or substantial impact on a person’s abilities.
People with disability are represented right throughout our community.
We all have a role to play in improving attitudes and ensuring people with disability can pursue their interests, enjoy the same opportunities as everyone else and participate fully in our community.