MAX Solutions membership of Supply Nation reinforces commitment to diversity, both within the workforce and procurement process.
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MAX Solutions celebrates 15 years continuous compliance to ISO 9001
Senator for Western Australia Pat Dodson visited Ocean to Outback in the remote Gascoyne region of Western Australia.
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Celine completed Certificate III in Hospitality through TTL MAX Employment pilot program.
The second installment of the eye opening ABC Documentary Series Employable Me is back for Series Two.
MAX Solutions Business Development Manager Gerrard Gossens to be Patron for International Day of People with Disability.
MAX Solutions was awarded contracts to help parents develp pathways through the Australian Government's ParentsNext program.
From July 1 2018, MAX Employment will deliver Disability Employment Services in 55 areas across 197 sites.
MAX Solutions is proud to announce it has been awarded Disability Confident Recruiter Status by the Australian Network on Disability (AND).
A summary of 2017 with highlights from across the business. Every person. Every chance.
For the MAX Solutions team, 2018 marks significant changes and plenty of new beginnings.
'Pathways' exhibition showcases positive outcomes associated with arts programs.
33 year old Sharon Xabregas signed the Australian national anthem at the 2017 National Rugby League (NRL) Grand Final.
Our doors are open as our SEE and AMEP training teams begin delivering the English language programs across 14 regions in Australia
MAX Solutions will deliver the New South Wales Government’s Smart, Skilled and Hired program to young people in Western Sydney.
MAX Solutions Congratulates Gippsland Regional Manager, Mr Luke Arber.
"Job seekers have newfound confidence to approach employers that they didn’t have before."
MAX will deliver the Australian Government's AMEP and SEE programs in several regions across Australia.
2016 was a year of great achievements by the whole MAX family.
MAX will be closed from 2pm on 23 December and will return on 3 January as per normal office hours.
Christmas bells are ringing at MAX Employment as we donate $100,000 to 30 Australian charities!
According to the OECD Better Life Index, the work-life balancing act is a big challenge for Australians.
MAX Staff have donated $3,000 to the Tasmanian Rural Relief Fund, helping struggling, flood-affected Farmers
MAX to deliver new program to assist prisoners of Borallon Correctional Centre turn their lives around.
Twenty finalists from around Australia have made the cut for the 2016 MAX National Indigenous Art Competition!
Dr. Michelle Dimasi talks of working with female refugees as part of the MAXIMUS Care and Support Program for Unaccompanied Refugee Minors in Australia.
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Youth Winner Jyi Lawton has achieved great things, using the 2015 MAX Indigenous art comp as his launching pad!
"If you don’t win it, doesn’t mean you’re not successful. Be proud of your culture. You’re already a winner."
The MAX Stars are back for the second year running!
The 2016 MAX National Indigenous Art Competition has officially opened!
MAX Solutions has been named as a provider to help school-leavers with a permanent disability enter the workforce
“Minister Prentice sat in on our participant group discussion to gain insight into DES participant needs."
A $25,000 donation to Kids Helpline will go a long way in helping answer more calls from more kids.
After 55 years of helping underprivileged Australians, BoysTown has rebranded as yourtown.
MAX Solutions has released its 2015 Annual Review. Download your copy here.
$25,000 has been donated to the Adelaide Crows Children's Foundation to support Indigenous youth.
In celebration of the 15,000 Stars for Christmas campaign, the first of four $25,000 donations has been presented.
Over 15,000 job seekers are now successfully placed in work thanks to the annual MAX Christmas campaign
Crows Hall-of-Famer Andrew McLeod joined MAX in Adelaide to celebrate the success of 15,000 Stars for Christmas.
MAX Solutions announces that it has acquired Assessments Australia.
MAX has introduced a Domestic Violence policy to support employees dealing with domestic violence
VIPs from Sydney’s artistic community celebrated the 2015 MAX Indigenous Art Exhibition
The MAX Disability Guide has been developed as a practical guide supporting sustainable employment.
Masters Home Improvement saw beyond Chris' disability, they simply saw his ability.
MAX has announced their pledge to find 15,000 people work by Christmas Eve and donate $100,000 to charity to help change lives across the country for Christmas.
15,000 jobs for 15,000 stars this Christmas!
MAX Employment is pleased to announce the 12 finalists for the 2015 MAX Indigenous Art Competition!
The Hon. Luke Hartsuyker MP, Assistant Minister for Employment, toured MAX Employment's new Belconnen Employer Business Centre facility
Two weeks remaining to submit for the national 2015 MAX Indigenous Art Competition! Entries close 30 August.
Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz, Minister for Employment, officially opens Launceston's Virtual IT Work for the Dole activity
MAX Employment and BoysTown welcomes The Hon. Luke Hartsuyker MP, Assistant Minister for Employment, and Federal Member for Forde Mr Van Manen to the Beenleigh jobactive site launch.
Entries are now open for the MAX 2015 Indigenous Art Competition!
Today MAX Employment will begin delivering the Australian Governments five year jobactive contract in 29 regions across Australia
MAX Solutions will support Australian business by providing Skills Advisers as part of the Government’s Industry Skills Fund (ISF) programme.
MAX Solutions will contribute $75,000 over 12 months to the Lifeline Rural Mobile Counsellor Service
Federal Member for Bowman, Mr Andrew Laming MP, visited MAX Employment after the recent increase of Disability Employment Service participants
The Hon. Luke Hartsuyker MP, Assistant Minister for Employment, and Federal Member for Petrie Luke Howarth MP have visited MAX Deception Bay activites
Thanks to the success of the 2014 MAX Employment Finders Keepers campaign, MAX Employment was able to donate $25,000 to the Smith Family
The Australian Government announced MAX Solutions will deliver Work for the Dole Coordinator Services in 14 locations.
The Australian Government has announced MAX Employment has been awarded the five year ‘jobactive’ contract.
Lifeline Australia received a cheque for $50,000 thanks to MAX Employment's Finders Keepers campaign
Twenty thousand Indigenous Australians stand to benefit from the latest Government initiative
Introducing our newest employer engagement tool: MAXJobs.com.au!
MAX Employment has provided a statement to A Current Affair in response to a story aired on March 12th, 2015
Senate Leader and Minister for Employment Eric Abetz met with some of MAX Employment's Work for the Dole participants to discuss their experiences.
MAX Employment and the Wirrpanda Foundation team up to help close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
With three days to spare, MAX Employment has hit its Finders Keepers target of 10,000 jobs.
Staff at MAX offices around Australia have less than a month to go before the end of the Finders Keepers job hunt.
Proud principal partner of the 2014 ACT Chief Minister’s Inclusion Awards
MAX Employment will open new DES-DMS sites in Geelong, Dandenong and Atherton.
October’s results are in and we're on track to reach our campaign target of 10,000 jobs. Read more to see how we're going!
Ready or not, here we come, we're hunting jobs. Help us find 10,000 jobs by the end of the year.
It's a great honour to announce the finalists and major prize winner of the MAX 2015 Indigenous Art Calendar Competition.
Job seekers registered with MAX can now be matched to vacancies from the comfort of their home.
"Mature age workers bring so much to the workforce - they need to believe in themselves."
Entries now open for the 2015 MAX Indigenous Art Calendar Competition.
MAX to coordinate Work for the Dole in four regions across Australia.
Mature age job seekers on the Central Coast are invited to attend MAX Employment's “Meaningful Mature Age Seminar”.
MAX Solutions submission to the Reference Group on Welfare Reform
Minister for Social Services, Kevin Andrews visits MAX Employment’s Varsity Lakes office
MAX Employment Northam has been recognised for their innovative approach to regional servicing.
MAX ready to help Indigenous job seekers in Kalgoorlie through VTEC
Results from the MAX Indigenous Art Competition
MAX announces 2014 indigenous art competition.
New office opens in Varsity Lakes, QLD, servicing the Disability Employment Services – Disability Management Service contract.
MAX opens offices in Melbourne CBD, Brunswick and Glenroy.
Sydney job seekers ready to find work with new MAX office.
Global Gardens of Peace creates safe and peaceful nature-based gardens in post-war countries.
MAX opens eight new sites offering Disability Employment Services.
MAX Director of Operations, Leisa Hart presents at Partnerships Conference.
MAX finds 10,000 jobs for Christmas.
MAX aims to find 10,000 jobs between October 1 and December 31, 2013.
MAX Employment is committed to finding jobs and changing lives, supporting both job seekers and employers.
MAX partners with Whitelion to benefit disadvantaged youth.
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