Case Studies

Take a look inside retail organisations supporting disabled workers in Australia and how they are doing this.

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Camera House snaps up the perfect employee

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Time has flown by for Nick, who recently celebrated 12 months working at Camera House. HelensvalenCamera House Manager, Robert, has nothing but praise for the young man. Read Nicks story

Sweet future ahead for lolly shop assistant

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EPIC Assist (EPIC) believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to find meaningful work. Village Roadshow Theme Parks wholeheartedly supports this concept, and over the last year, they have been working alongside EPIC to offer employment opportunities to people with disability.

“My traineeship is the highlight of the week for me, I am learning so much.”

Lachlans story

Lachlan may only be in Year 11, but he’s already making steps to kick-start his future career. Lachlan connected with us and started his Certificate II in Retail Services traineeship in March this year.

Christopher Croker, Employee at McDonald’s

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Christopher Croker has been an employee at McDonald’s Wadalba since February
2016. Over the past 3 years, Chris has made himself an invaluable asset to the team, most recently being nominated in the 2019 NSW Business Chamber Business Awards as Outstanding Young Employee of the Year. Read Christopher’s story

“It feels amazing to have a job.” - Meet Emily

Emilys story

Now And Not Yet Café is an iconic part of the community in Warrandyte, Victoria. As a social enterprise, the café’s profits go back into local group initiatives, housing and employment opportunities.

Meet Tom, Baker’s Assistant at Banjo’s Bakery Café

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Banjo’s Bakery Café have locations all across Australia – but one store in Tasmania is
taking great steps when it comes to disability employment. Tom Brown has worked at Banjo’s in Claremont, Tasmania for three months, after being linked with the café through Interact, a Disability Employment Services (DES) provider.
Tom has an intellectual disability.