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CatholicCare has partnered with the Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce to develop the Business Skills Connect project. This project is aimed at establishing employment relationships with local businesses and to uncover job vacancies for migrant job seekers. In addition, this project will identify and explore the major benefits or challenges associated with local employment of migrants and refugees and develop strategies to build local skills supply chain.
The main insight from employers currently employing migrants or refugees is that migrant employees are loyal, hard-working, helpful, caring, tolerant, mature, resilient and have a solid work ethic and use their initiative.
We are honoured to be on the ancestral lands of the traditional custodians of this area, the Giabul, and Jarowair peoples. In keeping with CatholicCare’s spirit of reconciliation and respect, we understand that these groups have occupied and cared for this land over countless generations and we celebrate the continuing contribution of these communities to the life of this region. We also recognize and respect those emerging leaders who now claim Australia as their new home.