Through a range of resources and online tools, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCI) can help improve your workforce development practices.
Practical guides and advice aimed at improving your workforce and hiring strategies are at your fingertips.
Our Resources and Tools
Essential Guides for Graduates
The Essential Guides for Graduates series gives students workforce advice from the point of view of the employer.
The Essential Guides series includes:
- It’s Time to Get a Job…Now What?
- Are You Applying for the Right Jobs?
- 25 Things Your Future Boss Needs to Tell You
- EmployAbility- Finishing School? I Can get a Job!! (The Essential Guide aimed at Students with a Disability)
Simply complete the form below to view the booklets:
Workplace Essentials for better business
The Workplace Essentials for better business website is a joint venture between CCI and the Department of Training and Workforce Development.
Developing and implementing workforce planning and workforce development processes in the workplace and having a workforce action plan are essential components of healthy business practice.
On the site you will find:
- Resources covering areas such as training and development, recruitment, workforce planning, retention, leadership and communication
- A Workplace Health check
- Workforce planning and development information
- Workplace regulation advice
Employ Outside the Box
How do you reap the rewards of a diverse workforce?
You can start by employing a diverse range of people – including those from groups under-represented in the workforce?
We have a range of guides that will offer advice on adding diversity to your workforce while meeting your skills and labour needs.
Local Work for Local Youth
In partnership with National Disability Services, CCI has developed a short guide for employers wanting to engage with young people with disability.
Local Work for Local Youth highlights the benefits of giving young people with disability an opportunity to explore careers, develop their skills and take on positons of employment.
The guide also provides employers with information on the high level of support that is available to assist them in developing, training, mentoring and employing young people with disability.
View our Local Work for Local Youth Guide
P: (08) 9365 7539