RAISING awareness of the benefits that Australian Defence Force (ADF) Reserves bring to the workplace and encouraging open communication between Reservists and their civilian employers are the hallmarks of Stacey Whittaker’s leadership of the Central West Defence Reserves Support Council (DRSC) NSW.
In late November, employers from organisations in the ACT and South-East NSW were put through their paces during a ‘Bring a Boss’ evening at the Royal Military College - Duntroon. During the evening the employers experienced similar training to that which their Reservist employees undergo as ADF Reservists.
The opportunity to undertake a nine day study tour of shipping ports around Australia has paid dividends for Paul Thomas, as knowledge gained will assist his civilian employer secure coveted maritime industry accreditation.
Employers from across Western Australia were commended for their support of Australian Defence Force (ADF) Reservists at the annual Employer Support Awards event held at Fremantle Sailing Club on 14 November 2018.
Employers from across Victoria have been recognised for their support of Australian Defence Force (ADF) reservists, at the Defence Reserves Support Council’s annual Employer Support Awards event in Melbourne, on 17 October 2018.
BJ Hydraulics of Dalby, Queensland has been recognised for its support of Defence Reservists after being awarded the Small Business award at the annual South Queensland Defence Reserves Employer Support Awards event in Brisbane on Wednesday night.
The Queensland Ambulance Service has been recognised for its support of Defence Reservists after being awarded the Public Sector award at the recent Annual South Queensland Employer Support Awards event in Brisbane.