These same people represent a great opportunity for business owners and make reliable, committed team members.
We are proud to be Australia’s largest contracted provider of Disability Employment Services.
When you employ someone through our Disability Employment Services program, your business can access generous wage subsidies, funded by the Australian Government and in some cases, APM.
We work with our job seekers to understand their strengths and what they want to achieve.
While we acknowledge their disability, our focus is their ability and what they have to offer an employer.
Tell us what you're looking for and let us show you what our job seekers can do.
Success for people with disability at work is all about finding the right job and employer to get them moving towards their life goals and independence.
Each year, Australian businesses are rewarded with the benefits of hiring a person with disability.
APM will assist with any workplace modifications required, including arranging funding so these adjustments are made at little or no cost to your business.
Our service doesn’t stop when you hire a new team member. We support the induction of new starters and provide ongoing support for you and your employee where required.
Together, we can get more people with disability to work and moving towards their life goals.
With more than 25 years’ experience of working with Australian businesses to support their workforce, APM know the positive results of hiring people with disability.
Research shows employees with disability are often substantially more reliable and dedicated to their work and have lower levels of absenteeism.
They are also more loyal to their employer, so the value you place in them is returned to your business.
When it comes to achieving your team’s goals, employees with disability bring a keen willingness to contribute positively and a consistency in their approach to tasks, meaning you get unique and reliable solutions to workplace challenges.
Employers we have worked with have also found that when it comes to relationships with their customers, employees with disability are often able to relate to a large cross-section of the community.