Other ways to recruit new talent
If you want to take the first step towards recruiting new talent, but aren’t sure what’s right for you and your business, then offering someone work experience might be the best way to get started.
There are different programs with different levels of incentive that could give someone an opportunity to learn about your industry, introduce you to potential new employees or find a long term trainee.
Youth Jobs PaTH
PaTH stands for Prepare, Trial, Hire. Employers and potential employees are paid for connecting through the internship. By having a supported period to see if a new employee enjoys the role, employers are also able to see if the person is right for them.
Receive $1000 for hosting an internship.
Employees through PaTH receive $200 per fortnight in place of wages.
A trial can last between 4 and 12 weeks depending on the role.
Traineeships are a way of combining employment and training to develop someone’s skills in a particular job, leading towards a Certified Qualification and ongoing employment. A traineeship produces not only competent and employable candidates, but developed people with skills, experience and commitment to an industry.
Formal training is provided as well as mentoring and coaching.
Up to $4000 paid through Apprenticeship centres to support training costs.
Range of qualifications
Different levels and types of qualifications depending on the industry.
Work for the Dole
Specifically for not for profit organisations or local/state/territory government agencies. As a host, organisations are able to help individuals gain the skills, experience and confidence they need by inviting them to help with project based work in the community.
Finish outstanding projects
Government funding to offset the cost of your project.
Range of activities
From gardening and maintenance to office administration, a number of activities and tasks are covered.
Ongoing employment support for those taking part through MAX.