“The wife said she can actually read my writing now!”
By MAX Employment
Tayla's making waves with new job at Chemist Warehouse Capalaba
Tim’s positive spirit and gratitude has inspired at least a few of the younger job seekers in Port Douglas.
"Before being employed, I was totally sleeping in, I couldn’t really get myself out to do anything. "
"I was overcome by emotions as I had never felt spiritually connected to my Indigenous side until that very moment."
“I’d seen people around here doing community care and I thought ‘I’d like to do that.’”
Frida was losing hope she would ever find stable employment after mental illness left her unemployed for four years.
“She has a different way of thinking, everyone does and it’s a matter of knowing this and working with it.”
“It gives me financial independence and a sense of purpose.”
“The stroke took away some of my memory, but once they give me a project to do there’s no problem.”
“I don't like sitting still, I like being outdoors, doing things in the garden."
“I love being at Australia post. All the people there are really friendly and looking after me really well.”
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"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but what we forget is it's also in the ear, the mouth, the nose and the fingers"
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For Anthony Hudson, landing a job with mattress recycling organisation, Soft Landing, has put a spring in his step.
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“I thought I was too old for someone to give me a job. Now I'm loving life."
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Enos has come a long way since he left Papua New Guinea for the shores of Australia nine years ago.
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After being unemployed for three years, Shane was losing hope of finding a stable job.
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For Joel and his family, it’s been a tough few years trying to get him permanent work while living with a disability.
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"Talking about disability awareness is something I’m very passionate about, it’s very close to my heart.”
“When I first met Siobhan, she didn’t speak. When she first came in it was very hard for her to open up.”
"Our employers have helped us raise a lot of money, and we’re happy we can change so many young lives."
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“It was horrible. I didn’t feel like I was worth anything, no one would give me the time of day, I just felt useless."
“I never thought I’d get into such a role where I’m working in the city. I get the best views of the Harbour Bridge."
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“Cooking is in my culture. I grew up around food, and Dad has sort of been my mentor through it all."
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“Brent kept asking how he was supposed to get a job when he was 51, Indigenous, and had a criminal history."
“I'm proud that I do a good job and keep customers happy. It gives me a big grin from here to here."
"I remember standing in front of him when he had the knife. I had to escape, the only way I could was running."
"I love seeing the kids grow with Maccas. Some of the managers working here were hired when they were 14."
For Michael, landing his first job has done more than put money in the bank, it’s turned his life around.
Troy can’t read or write, but he hasn’t let that get in the way of finding steady paid work with Pizza Hut.
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