Mental Health Month is celebrated each year in the month of October in NSW. This important initiative raises awareness of mental health and overall wellbeing. At AimBig Employment, we see the psychological effect that being a job seeker in the current environment can have on individuals, often leading to poor mental health. This applies to […]
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Job seeking can stressful at the best of times. But in recent months, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has added another layer of complexity. It’s business, but not as we once knew it. It’s business, but not as we once knew it. So how do you proceed from here in such an uncertain time? How do you best position yourself to find secure employment, taking into consideration the “new normal”? Here are some things to consider and some tips to help you navigate through.
There is no doubt that 2020 has been a stressful time for many of our clients and their families. It can be challenging to find employment in the current climate with increased restrictions and uncertainty. However, it is imperative to know that despite Coronavirus (COVID-19), AimBig Employment continues to help people with disability to secure jobs.
When Yvonne first met her AimBig consultant, Therese, she was fed up with the limitations because of her injury, so we helped her to find other options.
After a few sessions with his AimBig consultant, Therese, Daniel started to feel comfortable about sharing how much he was struggling. Therese really understood Daniel’s challenges and initially focussed on building his confidence and people skills through one on one sessions.
We’ve been working closely with our training partners to understand recent government changes in the sector and what it means for our clients. Changes to eligibility, new subsidies and a swathe of free online courses have opened up some great opportunities for study during lockdown time.