Why don’t governments want to incentivize employers to maintain employment for people with acquired disabilities (PWAD)?
UK figures from Helen Cooke (see http://helencookedownunder.wordpress.com/) indicate that 83% of people with disability (PWD) have an acquired disability, the average age being 45 years old. Assuming Australia is similar (to be confirmed), the implication is that a large proportionRead More ›
This is the question that 20 guests discussed at a Diversity Lunch held by Bravo Consulting at the RACV in Melbourne on March 26. Australia has a woeful track record in this area. We are the opposite of world class,Read More ›
With the steady decline of automotive manufacturing in Australia, those working in the industry should already be asking themselves “what’s next for me?” and “when should I start to become active?” Announcements from Ford (2016), Holden and Toyota (both 2017)Read More ›