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Our team is dedicated to su​pporting Western Australia’s employers to attract, recruit and retain Aboriginal employees. Having a diverse workplace that welcomes Aboriginal employees brings a ra​nge of benefits – your business grows with the unique perspectives, experience and knowledge that Aboriginal people can bring to your team, and Western Australian communities face a brighter future when their young people are working. ​

​How we can help you

Your local Jobs and Skills Centre can help you become a workplace of choice, to attract and retain Aboriginal employees. ​

Register with us now, or contact us to find out more.


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Whether your business already has Aboriginal employees, or you're just starting out with employing Aboriginal people, we have information here to help. Check out the following sections by selecting from the menu.

  • Workplace of choice – find out what you can do to make your organisation somewhere that Aboriginal people would like to work.
  • Finding Aboriginal employees – look at strategies that can help you focus your search and find excellent Aboriginal employees who will add value to your workplace. You'll also find out about the Aboriginal Services jobs board, and how you can use it to advertise your employment opportunities to Aboriginal people.
  • Information and support – we've collected some great resources with lots of useful information to help with your workforce development planning.

Aboriginal Business Directory  

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​The Aboriginal Business Directory is a free service that provides Aboriginal businesses in Western Australia with an opportunity to promote their products and services to potential buyers from government and private organisations.

The Aboriginal Business Directory WA is a joint project between the Department of Training and Workforce Development, The Department of Aboriginal Affairs, the Small Business Development Corporation and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia's ProjectConnect.