GoodHuman Support Workforce GuideDemand for NDIS services is skyrocketing. Learn how to find and keep the best support workers.
Businesses all over the world attempt to create something that disability support organisations already have in spades: Humanity.
Workplace experts such as Culture Amp and Deloitte praise the benefits of a purpose-driven workforce. It’s said to drive higher workplace engagement, improved customer satisfaction, and better financial results. The great news for organisations in the disability support industry is that you already have a purpose that aligns to exactly what your employees want: to improve people’s lives every day.
When we surveyed frontline support workers for our Support Workforce Guide, we found that almost two-thirds (64%) of respondents chose to pursue a career in disability support because of a desire to improve people’s lives every day. This desire is often deeply personal too, with 49% stating that they are motivated by a personal experience with disability.
By leading with a culture-first approach, you can make the most of this enviable position and connect to an inspired workforce that will grow your business — and achieve the shared goal of improving lives.