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Workbridge is the largest New Zealand-owned employment service for people with a disability or health condition.

Workbridge in Schools programme

Employers struggling to fill jobs and find good staff are being urged to Just Say Yes. A nation-wide consultancy service has been launched to help businesses develop and maximise their diversity and inclusion plans, and make the most of a largely untapped but...

Building good relationships with employers

It’s a simple equation: If we want to get people into jobs, we need the jobs. And that means we need good relationships with employers. Our attention at Workbridge hasn’t always been on employers. More traditionally, our focus was on our disabled job-seekers and...

Workbridge chief brings experience

Timaru Herald, 15 October 2009 By Fleur Cogle WORKBRIDGE chief executive Grant Cleland brings experience - both personal and professional, to his new national role. Mr Cleland has spina bifida and has used a wheelchair for mobility since he was eight years old....

Agency bridges gap for disabled workers

The Oamaru Mail, 19 October 2009 By Randall Johnston Workbridge chief executive Grant Cleland was in Oamaru last week to promote equal employment rights for people living with a disability. Workbridge is an employment and support agency for the disabled, boasting...

Workbridge helps shy youth branch out

The Oamaru Mail, 19 October 2009 By Randall Johnston NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD Petra McCleary has gained confidence and a whole new set of skills since starting work at the Lavish Soaps and Trade Aid stores. Before leaving St Kevin's College with NCEA Level 3, the young...