Employer Partnerships

Break Thru offers employers a tailored, professional recruitment service. We have a dedicated National Partnerships Team that works collaboratively with the local Business Development Consultants to ensure we have a workforce solutions for all employers.

Since 2009, Break Thru has successfully supported over 60,000 employers across New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. Some examples of our key employer partnerships are:

bunnings

Break Thru’s Fairfield and Liverpool offices have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Bunnings Warehouse. The MOU which covers New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, provides Break Thru with direct access to placement opportunities within 24 hours of them becoming available. In return, Break Thru pre-screen job seekers, referring on those who are deemed suitable. We successful provide successful candidates with compulsory PPE work clothing where necessary. Break Thru also work with Bunnings to ensure that all new employees possess the required industry skills training and relevant licences, as well as providing ongoing post placement support.

TAIHSThe Townsville Aboriginal and Islanders Health Service (TAIHS) provides the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities the ability to take control of the delivery of health care services in their communities. Break Thru has a long standing relationship with TAIHS and continues to be the first point of call for all their recruitment needs. Our Indigenous Mentor works closely with Human Resources Manager Kath, having placed almost 30 job seekers, who believes, “Break Thru has been instrumental in assisting TAIHS in our temporary and longer term recruitment needs, with the provision of quality applicants and exceptional ongoing support to their clients and to ourselves as employers.”

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Litho Superpak is a Melbourne-based company specialising in printing packaging. Well trusted with over 30 year’s history, vacancies do not very often arise. Looking to double their business in 2010, Litho Superpak owners approached Break Thru to help with all their recruitment needs. Break Thru successfully placed a number of job seekers. Initially providing training and assistance, by way of workwear and transport for new staff, Break Thru continues to provide ongoing support to both Litho Superpak and the new employees. All Break Thru placed employees are still employed four years later, and thriving in their positions, in fact two have been promoted into supervisor roles.

newslimited

Break Thru has had a long-standing relationship with News Ltd commencing with a Creative Spirit campaign which resulted in two placements of TTW clients. One of these still works for News Ltd some three years later and the other had worked for them for more than 18 months before moving onto another employer. Currently we are working with senior management to source both sales/marketing roles as well as production roles.

langs

Five years and 74 placements later, Break Thru Beenleigh continues to be the first point of call to provide staffing solutions for Langs Building Supplies. A tailored pre-screening process that understands the nature and demands of the construction industry, sees Break Thru facilitate medical and drug and alcohol testing. The testing, which is conducted by the Australian Drug Detecting Association at Break Thru’s office, is paid for by Break Thru to ensure that all potential employees are fit and able to work safely within this face-paced work environment.

Transfield Services

Across Hunter, Central Coast and Sydney regions, Break Thru works closely with Transfield Services to recruit for their Government maintenance and cleaning contracts. Break Thru provides information sessions for potential employees, helps them to achieve all prerequisite certificates and undertakes suitability assessments and prevocational support. To date, this partnership has found employment for over 130 candidates.

 

In Far North Queensland, Break Thru has established a strong partnership with Cairns Colonial Club. This partnership has achieved successful employment outcomes for 40 candidates in positions such as Front Office Reception, Food & Beverage Assistant, Reservations, Laundry Attendant, Security Guard and Room Attendant. Break Thru works with the team at Cairns Colonial Club to position requirements and carry out selection assessments, targeted training and prevocational support. Ongoing post placement support and mentoring is provided to all employees.

In WestFletcherern NSW, Break Thru has partnered with Fletcher International Exports for over eight years, matching people with disability to Fletcher’s employment needs. Break Thru has helps Fletcher’s to access Employment Assistance Funding for workplace modifications and provided disability awareness training to staff.

Marist Youth Care

Break Thru and Marist Youth Care partner on a range of innovative employment programmes across Western Sydney and Melbourne, including working with Indigenous people through the Vocational, Training and Employment Centre (VTEC) employment model developed by GenerationOne. Break Thru and Marist Youth Care have seen some outstanding outcomes for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities securing a range of positions with employers including Transfield Services and Accor Hotels.

creative-spirit

Creative Spirit is an initiative run by Droga5 in partnership with Break Thru People Solutions. The partnership recognised very early that people with a disability were seriously under-represented in the creative industry. The aim of the program is that by 2021, every creative company in Australia will commit to the trial of a person with a disability. The net result being that the creative community becomes the largest employer of these extraordinary people.

Creative Spirit’s beginnings started when Break Thru placed one of their jobseekers, Lloyd, in an administration role at Droga 5 in 2008. Such was the success of the placement that Droga 5 CEO, David Nobay sought, through a partnership with Break Thru to extend the program to all areas of the advertising/marketing industry – some 32000 businesses across Australia. The initiative has extended worldwide with agencies in nearly all continents.