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Upskill, reskill, retain: Tackling the Defence industry workforce imperative

Cia Kouparitsas unpacks how dual technologies and public-private partnerships can support Defence industry reskilling and upskilling in the digital age.

Busting 5 common myths about neurodiversity in the workplace

Neurodiversity advocate Ian Handley delves into five of the common myths around neurodiversity in the workplace and hiring neurodivergent candidates.

Driving innovation and impact with IDEaS

Former Infantry Platoon Commander Will Simmons unpacks his journey from military service to heading up WYWM's project to digitise Canada's veteran transition centres.

Skills mapping on Potential: Enhancing user profiles with skills self-assessment

We’ve been working on some important updates to Potential to enable organisations to skills map their workforces on-platform and at-scale. Check out the first stage – skills self-assessments.

Compare culture fit and aptitude insights with candidate overviews

The new candidate overview feature enables hiring managers to easily download and share a quick, one-page summary showcasing a candidate’s alignment with competencies, culture fit and aptitude.

WithYouWithMe and AustCyber team up to grow nationwide cyber capabilities

In partnership with the AustCyber Projects Fund, WithYouWithMe expanded access to it's free cyber training pathway to enable undergraduate students, athletes and parents returning to work to build critical skills and join the cyber workforce.

Lessons learned from Autism SA’s Inclusive Recruitment Project

Organisations are developing targeted hiring programs to build neuro-inclusive workplaces. It’s a critical step in the right direction, but how can we ensure these programs translate into meaningful careers for neurodivergent individuals?

The strategic imperative for training

The military's approach to upskilling, where experts are trained rather than hired, offers invaluable lessons for organisations looking to gain a competitive advantage in the modern, technology-led market.

Tech apprenticeships: Levelling up the future workforce

The growing demand for tech apprentices represents a promising approach to addressing the digital skills shortage which simultaneously championing increased diversity and equality for the sector.

Why the National Skills Passport is the key to a future-ready workforce

The Australian Government’s National Skills Passport represents a paradigm shift for skills-led employment and has the potential to solve the digital skills crisis.

From classroom to coding: the school program paving the way to tech careers

WithYouWithMe joined Future Skills Organisation (FSO) to conduct the NSW Schools Digital Careers Trial to inspire Australian high school students to consider a career in tech.

The skills revolution: Redefining talent acquisition and retention

WYWM VP of People and Culture, Andrew Spiteri delves into the emergence of skills-based hiring and the critical role this approach plays in building and future-proofing modern workforces.
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