Broking successful Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment outcomes: Common themes in good-practice models – Literature review

Broking successful Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment outcomes: Common themes in good-practice models – Literature review Report

  • Author(s): Giddy, Kristine, Lopez, Jessica, Redman, Anne
  • Published: 2009
  • Publisher: National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER)

Abstract: Helping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job-seekers find and keep a job has been the focus of recent reforms announced by the Australian Government. This report describes seven essential characteristics of employment service organisations that lead to successful employment outcomes for their Indigenous clients. The report and accompanying guide (see related items) describe how these factors are implemented in practice, with the aim to enable other employment service providers to build their own capacity to provide positive employment outcomes for their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients.

Notes: ISBN 978 1 921412 97 4 web edition

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Giddy, Kristine, Lopez, Jessica, Redman, Anne, 2009, Broking successful Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment outcomes: Common themes in good-practice models – Literature review, Report, viewed 12 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4531.

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