Our Global Impacts…
We come to work every day to add value to people’s lives by providing training and employment opportunities. This gives people the tools they need to build their lives, whilst adding value to our clients businesses everyday. However, we don’t stop there…
Premier People believe that businesses have a responsibility to act ethically and give back to those in need. We have created a framework that allows us to embed giving activities into everyday business operations through two companies who we believe are commited to creating a positive social change.
As our company continues to grow, so has our approach to giving back. By developing sustainable commitments and targets, we are able to create long lasting impacts in communities where they are needed the most!
Premier People are proud to be a part of B1G1, a social enterprise and non-profit organisation with a mission to create a world full of giving. Unlike conventional giving models, B1G1 helps businesses achieve more social impact by embedding giving activities into everyday business operations. Every business transaction (and as a result, the business’ day-to-day activity) can impact lives for as little as just one cent.
Each time a Premier People employee goes to work we provide either shelter and protection for orphaned children, safe drinking water for families in need or e-learning hubs for Australian Indigenous children living in remote Australia. Over the past three years, we have been able to make over 100,000 total impacts across the globe.
Kyampisi Childcare Miniseries
Kyampisi Childcare Ministries is a small Ugandan Charity with a big vision to see an end to child sacrifice and trafficking in Uganda. KCM act with urgency in our efforts to rescue and rehabilitate surviving victims together with their families.
Eager to teach and share what they know with others, KCM believe that by giving others the resources and skills to better their lives, the community as a whole can prosper. They do this by:
- Raising awareness
- Rescuing children
- Facilitating medical treatment
- Prosecuting offenders
It is overwhelming to hear that so many children as well as adults have fallen victims to this practice in Uganda. Premier People are proud to be a part of KCM’s mission and strive to help their cause by offering:
- Child sponsorship
- Payment of all 20 staff members wages
Grass Roots Employment Project
Face the Facts: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
We OBSERVE; We LISTEN; We PLAN and We ACT!
The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics report on Indigenous people in the workforce confirms an ongoing trend of low participation. Research shows that non-standard recruitment agencies, more education and ongoing mentoring and support are key to improving these disappointing statistics.
Premier People’s Grass Roots Employment Project
An initiative designed and developed by Premier People in collaboration with indigenous corporations: Gumala; Yorgum and Buurabalayji Thalanyji to engage; motivate and employ local and regional indigenous candidates in a variety of different roles and job positions.
Working with indigenous partners; Premier People is reaching out to our local indigenous populations and those further afield in Port Hedland and surrounding communities, to engage in training and employment opportunities, never before offered by private recruitment and training organisations.
Our Programme targets suitable candidates in local and remote indigenous communities who are willing to undergo training and development with the desire to secure ongoing employment opportunities.
‘work preparation interview’
– Training requirements identified
– cultural challenges and work preferences identified
– scope of work identified
Training Programme (Stage 1) – Candidates commence the following training accreditations:
– Working at Heights – RIIWHS204D
– Working in confined spaces – RIIWHS202D
– Gas Testing Atmospheres – MSAPMOHS217A
– Apply Operational Maintenance Skills – RIISAM207D
– Fork Lift (LF)
– EWP (WP)
Work Commencement Interview
– Immediate availability identified
Site inductions requested
Mobilise to site
‘Grass Roots Employment’ project caters to the needs of individuals facing challenges beyond simple training and employment requirements. We look beyond the immediate demands of the work place and focus also on culturally sensitive issues including land and family conflicting interests. In collaboration with our corporate indigenous partners, we are able to support individuals develop their skill set and find employment opportunities that would otherwise not exist.
Our services include ensuring medical fitness for work and Drug and Alcohol screening and addiction support.