Return to Work Programs

Return to Work Programs are designed to support professionals returning to work after extended leave, often parental leave. WORK180’s Endorsed Employers are committed to ensuring a positive transition so parents feel supported when they come back to work.
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The shift from worker bee to leading large teams

Tracy Nichols oversees a team of 48 people as Woolworths Group’s State Facilities Management (FM) Manager for NSW, and gets a “great buzz” from leading people and helping them further their careers.
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How to Grow Your Career When The Unexpected Occurs

Natasha (Tash) Robb is nothing but a success. She shares an inspiring story of career progression through pregnancy, children and cross-national relocations to support her husband’s job by focusing on her strengths and asking for what she wanted.
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Why Employer Branding Matters During COVID-19 Lockdown

As COVID-19 sweeps the globe, many employee are acutely aware of how their employer is supporting them through this turbulent time. For employers, this is an unique opportunity to demonstrate to your people that you care about them.
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Episode Ten: True Flexibility, the Juggle and Boundaries

True Flexibility, the Juggle and Boundaries. Episode 10 with Vivienne Partridge
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13 years and counting: Why Sara considers ESV her work family

Sara Hansen first joined Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) in 2007. Since then, she’s gotten married and started a family. She shares how ESV has supported her throughout every step of that journey and why it’s a family-friendly workplace.
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Life hacks for working mums - by working mums

We asked working mums from WORK180 and our Endorsed Employers to share their tips, tricks and general life hacks on work-life balance, self-care and transferable skills you gain as a parent.
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Creating Value Through Culture

Simon Eid is the Group VP, Australia & New Zealand of Splunk, the world’s first Data-to-Everything Platform. He is inspiringly passionate about the culture they’ve created and believes “the reason we’ve succeeded is we live and breathe our culture.”
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Seeing projects and people fulfil their potential

Dan Collins joined Calibre as a graduate engineer back in 2007. He’s now a principal engineer overseeing important urban development projects out of Brisbane. He shares his passion for mentoring others and what’s kept him at the organisation for 13 years.
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Transferable Skills and Your Career

Transferable skills are the skills you build up throughout your employment, education and life that are non-technical, don’t belong to a particular industry or role and can be transferred as you move between jobs and industries.
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Episode Nine: Remote Working During COVID-19 and Beyond

Remote Working During COVID-19 and Beyond. Episode Nine with Kirsten Clacey
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Policies That Put You Ahead of the Pack

Aleta was 4 months pregnant when she interviewed at Origin Energy and was upfront about her pregnancy and her plans to return part time. Now she manages a team of 30 in a control room responsible for 30% of Australia’s east coast gas supply.
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Pandemic Pivot: hiring remotely

As we all attempt to navigate the uncertainties of COVID-19, I am grateful that my business, WORK180, has already mastered three key things on the ‘pandemic pivot’ to-do list. I’m referring to hiring, on-boarding and managing teams whilst working remotely.
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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Recruitment Experiences

At WORK180 we’re passionate about everyone having a positive recruitment experience, whether you get the job or not. We put a call out to our community asking for some of their best and worst recruitment experiences.
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