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See how WYWM are engaging with accomplished community partners like Indigenous Workstars to level up Australia’s workforce by building new career pathways for First Nations people with free training and meaningful job placement opportunities.
Indigenous Friends Association and WithYouWithMe are working together to build genuine and sustainable digital career opportunities for Indigenous Peoples across Canada by revealing individuals' true potential and helping them build the skills needed to achieve their goals.
While diversity and inclusion is a phrase often discussed in Australian workplaces, there remains significant gaps in corporate policies, particularly in regards to Indigenous inclusion.
The DEI Report was commissioned by WithYouWithMe and run in partnership with YouGov to provide insight into the current state of play into the diversity, equity & inclusion practices of Canadian organisations.
In this research undertaken in partnership with YouGov, we explore the state of D&I primarily as it relates to recruitment in the Australian marketplace and survey 500 Australian leaders on their current practices.
Jari completed WithYouWithMe’s free tech training in data and cyber and was quickly contacted for an interview for a role with the Canadian Government.
Paul's goals for the future are simple: to continue working professionally and effectively as an asset to his employers and continue to contribute to his Indigenous community.