Employers are now on the front lines of the recovery phase, here is how you can help with rising unemployment.

April 2020 remains Queensland's largest decline in employment on record (since 1978), reflected in a fall of both full-time (down 51,800) and part-time (down 77,800) employment. Following recent announcements from the Federal and State Governments, businesses are finally starting to take the first steps towards re-opening and re-employing. Arguably the most vital step in the road to recovery.

Mylestones Employment is here to help by connecting the right employer with the best employee and is brimming with job-ready clients and local's looking for work with a purpose. In the wake of COVID-19, many Gold Coasters have lost their jobs with some having faced unemployment for the first time in their lives. We have all come to understand that holding a job is not simply a paycheck but is a chance to connect, have a routine and hold your own independence; something that people with disabilities, injuries or mental health barriers know and cherish. For many of Mylestones clients, finding a job is their biggest goal.

Local business is encouraged to connect with Mylestones Employment and to take this opportunity to find meaningful employment for people with disabilities, injuries or mental health barriers.

Contact the team here.

 

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