Job interviews are the most commonly used tool to test a candidate’s suitability for a role. Most employers have a bank of questions used to assess candidates’ skills and experience – but it’s equally important you understand the questions you can’t lawfully ask. To help you feel more confident … Read more about 5 questions about disability that employers can’t ask in a job interview
Becoming more disability inclusive will not only help you build a business that better represents our society (1 in 5 Australians live with disability), it will also help you realise a range of other business benefits. Here are four tips from local disability employment specialists, EPIC Assist, … Read more about Top tips on how to be a more disability inclusive business
Everyone experiences stress at some point during their life. Whether it’s that impending deadline at work or a tough situation at home, some days stress can just hit you from every angle. When all those demands begin to bottleneck, it can be difficult to find a way pass, but the first step is … Read more about Businesses urged to make a change this Stress Down Day
The right tools at work can make all the difference in helping people with disability reach their best at work. Understanding how to support your employees with disability is an important step towards optimising your organisation’s productivity and achieving positive workplace mental … Read more about What are reasonable adjustments in the workplace?
R U OK? Day is all about creating communities and safe spaces where people can openly share their struggles. It’s about encouraging human connection in a time when people feel more isolated than ever. One in five people experience mental illness over the course of their life, which means a lot of … Read more about Workplaces ideal environment for life-changing conversations
Aside from headline-grabbing articles about the sustainability and costs of the NDIS lies a lesser-discussed element of the scheme, providing important insight into the hearts and minds of the individuals and families directly affected by the NDIS. For this group, the NDIS has not … Read more about Trust and the NDIS
Entering the workforce or starting a new job can be a stressful time. Many of us feel vulnerable as we navigate a new workplace. This can be particularly true for people on the autism spectrum, who may require extra support as they enter a new job. Here's how employers and teams can … Read more about Mental health in job seekers on the autism spectrum
Any day is a good day to check in with family, friends or co-workers that may be experiencing mental health issues in silence. People who are struggling alone may be at risk of self-harm or suicide, in desperate need of help but unable to ask for it. Initiating a conversation of this type isn’t … Read more about The importance of brave conversations