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Entry to Care Roles, Local Jobs Program

Entry to Care Roles is a DEWR-funded program to train and coach job seekers in entry level roles in the disability sector and attract suitable workers.

NSW State Election 2023 – NDS Campaign Resources

The NSW State Election on 25 March is a crucial chance to advocate for the disability support sector and progress genuine inclusion for people with disability.

StewartBrown Disability Services Financial Benchmarking Survey

The StewartBrown Disability Services Financial Benchmarking Survey enables providers to track their financial performance in the sector and see sector trends.

Understanding key factors that impact Disability Support Worker Retention

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Key benefits

  • Positive strategies to strengthen the retention of disability support workers
  • Key issues in organisational culture, supervision, workload and burnout
  • Key issues in job opportunities for career progression

Who is this for?

Organisational leaders in People and Culture, Work health and Wellbeing, and Service Delivery. 

Further information

Retaining workers is vital to be able to deliver quality services, it is therefore vital to understand what factors that impact this. Recruitment and training of new workers is an important investment of time and resources. There are many factors that will affect the retention of an individual worker, increasing worker retention requires coordination across an organisation incluing people and culture, learning and development, service delivery and work health and safey teams.

Related Resources

Visit the Workforce Hub to find workforce resources that support the disability sector.
Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Fiona Still, Senior Policy and Projects Officer, submit enquiry/feedback, show phone number