Labourforce are proud corporate partners of:
Foodbank is by far, the largest hunger relief organisation in Australia.
Last year alone, we provided enough food for over 60 million meals.
Foodbank is a non-denominational, non-profit organisation which acts as a pantry to the charities and community groups who feed the hungry. It was first established in 1992 in NSW and now has a presence in every state and the Northern Territory with distribution centres in all state capitals as well as a number of regional centres. We operate with a staff of approximately 90 employees and over 3,000 volunteers.
Foodbank is a conduit between the food industry’s surplus food and the welfare sector’s need. Find out more about how we work.
The Recruitment & Consulting Services Association Australia & New Zealand (RCSA) is the peak body for the employment industry in Australia and New Zealand. It represents over 3,300 company and individual Members.
The RCSA sets the benchmark for industry standards through representation, education, research and business advisory support so members may concentrate on their core business. All RCSA member organisations and accredited professionals agree to abide by the ACCC authorised RCSA Code for Professional Conduct.
The Association includes two member group associations: the first representing nursing agencies, the Association of Nursing Recruitment Agencies (ANRA); and another representing medical recruiters, the Association of Medical Recruiters Australia & New Zealand (AMRANZ).
Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds
The Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds Foundation is an initiative between road transport, warehousing and logistics operators to support drivers and logistics workers with issues relating to mental health and physical wellbeing.
Launched on the 18th August 2020, the Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds Foundation will help make thriving workplaces for everyone in the industry as part of a national strategy across the sector.
Labourforce’s partnership with Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds Foundation is a sensible and natural evolution for us because we have always been an industry leader in pro-actively working with our temporary staff to improve work performance and productivity and reduce injury and absentee rates. Physical and Mental wellbeing is crucial to a successful workforce.
The Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association is setting standards and creating new opportunities for the drug & Alcohol testing industry.
DATIA’s mission is to provide education, resources, and advocacy to those involved in and interested in drug and alcohol testing. We trust that you will find a wealth of information to assist you and your organization here at datia.org.
Safety Institute of Australia
The Safety Institute of Australia Ltd is Australia’s professional association for the health & safety profession. Established more than 60 years ago, we have a membership of over 4,000 individuals who may simply be interested in health and safety in the workplace, or be actively working in the field of OHS as Health and Safety Representatives, or OHS practitioners or professionals. We also have more than 50 Corporate members.
WorkPro centralises a broad range of employee related compliance requirements:
- A broad course library of WHS Inductions and e-learning modules
- Licence/Ticket Management and monitoring function
- Work Rights Check
- National and International Police Checks
- Credit and Bankruptcy Check
- Employment History Check
- Qualification Check
The uniqueness of WorkPro truly comes to bear once an individual has completed any process within the platform. Once an individual is registered, they have the flexibility of sharing their digital WorkPro profile with employers into the future, rapidly reducing the time and effort to re-complete certain processes as part of the employment process.
Transuper is the default Labourforce Industry SuperFund for people in the transport and logistics industry – the people who keep Australia moving.
We exist only to benefit our members, and have been helping employers manage their super obligations since 1984.