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Diversity and Inclusion Partnerships

DFP partners with a variety of organisations that specialise in advancing diversity and inclusion in the community. We have developed valuable relationships and strived to deliver services based on a candidate centric model that is at the heart of our operations.

We are pleased to partner with the following organisations:

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Australian Network On Disability

At DFP, diversity is regarded as a positive factor in the workplace.  We are pleased to have Bronze membership with the Australian Network on Disability (AND) in support of our commitment to diversity and equal participation in the workforce.

AND is a not-for-profit organisation resourced by its members to advance the inclusion of people with disability in all aspects of business.

Bronze membership provides a framework for our goal to actively pursue inclusion and access for people with disability.

For more information visit the Australian Network on Disability(AND). 

Partners Assisting People with Disability

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The Personnel Group 

The Personnel Group is a not-for-profit organisation committed to helping people with disability, injury or a mental health condition find suitable long-term employment.
For over 30 years, The Personnel Group has been driven by their overall purpose which is Creating Equality Through Employment. 

Their new model, My Future My Choice, drives individualised outcomes and supports success in assisting job seekers to find and keep a meaningful job.

For more information visit The Personnel Group

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HELP Enterprises

For over 50 years HELP Enterprises (HELP) has created opportunities for people with disabilities and diverse backgrounds. 

HELP Employment & Training is a division of HELP and has an ongoing partnership with DFP. 

Described as “Thought Leaders in Disability Employment “(Diversity Council of Australia 2020 & National Retail Association 2020), HELP is well placed to draw from nearly 20,000 active job seekers from their 46 sites. 

HELP has a team of over 300 dedicated Consultants that identify, upskill and support work-ready job seekers. 

For more information visit HELP Enterprises

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CoAct

CoAct is a national network of community service providers that helps those most in need on their journey to employment. By partnering with local experts, CoAct helps customers upskill, build confidence, find and hold onto meaningful jobs. 

They work with a wide range of jobseekers including those living with disability or a mental health condition, refugees and asylum seekers, the long-term unemployed and young people. They are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce across Australia. 

For more information visit CoAct

​Partners Assisting Indigenous Candidates

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Shine People Solutions

Shine People Solutions (Shine) is a Supply Nation certified company, being a majority owned and operated Indigenous enterprise. Shine specialises in recruiting for a broad range of sectors and has facilitated hundreds of placements across a wide range of Government bodies and private organisations which run Government funded programs. 

Shine has an extensive database of non-Indigenous candidates and a continually developing pool of professional, Indigenous candidates.

Shine team members possess extensive experience recruiting for positions in metro, regional and remote parts of Australia. The Shine People Solutions team have extensive experience in supporting candidates relocating to regional Australia to take up the next step in their career.

DFP and Shine have been working in partnership since July 2017 and throughout this time have provided multiple placements and scribing services.

For more information visit Shine People Solutions