Eighteen businesses in Kempsey and Port Macquarie have taken on youth interns as part of a new Commonwealth Government strategy to address high levels of youth unemployment on the Mid North Coast. Local businesses such as Lush Skin & Beauty and Eastland Truss & Timber have jumped on board with internships.
Back to Work gives Queensland employers the confidence to take on someone new and the opportunity to grow their business.
Due to its ability to deliver high quality services to employees and employers, Tursa Employment & Training has been requested by the Department of Employment to open an additional office in the Brisbane region. Subsequently, TURSA is proud to announce the opening of our new North Lakes office which recently commenced operation to cater for the organisations expanding role in providing employment services to job seekers.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Northern Rivers Regional Business Awards that were held at Elements of Byron on Saturday 2 September 2017. 90 finalists from a variety of industries including health care, retail, education, technology, manufacturing and tourism came together to celebrate business excellence in the region.
After a period of unemployment, 19-year-old TURSA client Lincoln Delaforce is now working with Crown Oysters, the largest oyster grower in the Hastings. Lincoln was offered a full-time paid position after successfully completing an internship with the company.