77% of consumers say they are more willing to purchase a company’s products or services if the company demonstrates a commitment to addressing social and environmental issues.
Do you want to
- Build your social responsibility
- Increase Staff morale who feel they are making a difference
- Create a positive experience for trainees where he/she feels valued, part of the community and ready to embrace jobs with confidence and excitement
- Be a leader in training & supporting refugees and CALD migrants in finding work and feeing included
How it works
- Our partnership with your business gives the trainee an opportunity of a real job experience in a safe environment.
- We provide the trainee with training tailored to your business. We have mentors and we run workshops addressing confidence, communication skills, English and customer service. We work with you to make this as easy as possible.
- Your business provides 1 to 3 months of on the job training (they can be paid with a government subsidy, or unpaid as an intern). We can link you to government funding of up to $10,000 per trainee. Interns have their expenses paid.
- Space2b will ensure your business is supported throughout the traineeship.
- Together we create a positive experience to the trainee where he/she feels valued, part of the community and ready to embrace jobs with confidence and excitement.
- At the end of the program, your business and our team from Space2b will connect our trainee with our networks and explore opportunities for employment. This might look like offering interviews or sharing resumes with our networks.
- At the end of the training, your business will offer paid employment to suitable trainees within your stores, or partners.
Who is Space2b
Founded in 2013, Space2b is an art and design social Enterprise providing crucial opportunities to newly arrived CALD migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum to gain work experience, find paid employment, make connections and feel included in their new home.
*1: Aflac’s 2020 report that 77% of consumers say they would be more willing to purchase a company’s products or services if the company demonstrates a commitment to addressing social and environmental issues; 73% of investors agreed. Furthermore, nearly half of respondents said companies need to “make the world a better place.”
*2 Studies indicate that the very act of giving back to the community boosts happiness, health, and sense of well-being, boosting performance at work.