Our Social inclusion initiative centres on providing employment to indigenous, ex–offenders, long term unemployed, female participants, ex–veterans, traineeships and apprenticeships. This initiative is a collaborative approach with our clients and has far reaching positive impacts on our community.
Indigenous Employment Program.
Our relationships with Job-Active and VTEC providers, Indigenous Employment Australia and the Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre, have added valuable support to our Indigenous Employment Program. Our recruitment specialists have extensive experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and with the relevant communities, to develop and implement our Reconciliation Action Plan, Indigenous Employment Programs and support a culturally safe workplace.
We have successfully retained a substantive group of qualified Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander job seekers. We have also successfully assisted with training and upskilling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers and placed them in long term roles with opportunities of career development.
Social Inclusion Programs.
Zoom Recruitment is committed to treating all people fairly and with complete respect, ensuring that everyone has the ability to participate and contribute without fear of discrimination. We celebrate our diversity and social inclusion, which is demonstrated through our daily operations and the current make–up of our company:
63% of our permanent staff are women
52% of our permanent staff are from a diverse cultural background.
9% of our permanent staff identify as LGBTIQA+
The age of the candidates we place with clients ranges from teenagers to people in their seventies. The candidates we place with clients includes Indigenous Australians and people from every continent on the planet.
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