June 2013

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GenerationOne Blog - June 2013


Diversity at GM Holden makes good business sense

GM Holden have won the Indigenous Employment award at the 2013 Australian Human Resources Institute’s Diversity Awards. The award was presented by GM Holden by GenerationOne Ambassador, Jeremy Donovan, to recognise their excellent contribution to diversity in the workplace.  ... More...

28 June @ 12:24 Add your comment

Minister Garrett Launches Skills Development Centre in Blacktown

Marist Youth Care’s Skills Development Centre was recently opened in Blacktown by Peter Garrett, Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth.... More...

24 June @ 02:45 Add your comment

Maree Ansey Crowned Miss NAIDOC Perth

At the young age of 24, Maree Ansey already has an important role within Leighton Contractors – one of Australia’s most recognised, diverse and established industry leaders. The contracting giant has more than 13,000 people providing services to the infrastructure, mining, telecommunications, civil construction, industrial, energy, health and services sectors. Leighton Contractors’ commitment to Indigenous Australians includes three key pillars – advancing Indigenous employment and workforce development; contributing to developing Indigenous businesses; and, enhancing relationships and improving outcomes for Indigenous people and communities. Its people are driven by the company’s core purpose of enhancing people’s lives – and none more so than ... More...

06 June @ 02:26 Add your comment