Mrs Jessica May is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the innovative new start-up Enabled Employment which is a labour hire company for people with a disability, carers, former Australian Defence Force Personnel and their supporting family, senior Australians and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Enabled Employment is unique in Australia and possibly the world with its approach of using flexible arrangements to enable highly capable people from diverse backgrounds to find productive and well-paid employment. Enabled Employment makes it easy for businesses to fill skill gaps.
The company is a commercial private entity with an entirely new approach to eliminating barriers to employment for people with a disability. Enabled Employment has brought together multiple innovative elements to make this happen including the use of remote work, the employment agency business model and the latest cloud technology to make the process easy for businesses and candidates.
All staff at management level and candidates of Enabled Employment are people with disability, ex-Australian Defence Force personnel or family. The enterprise is unique – operating in a private sector environment and employing on the basis of positive discrimination. The company is proud to engender a culture which recognises people with disability and other inclusion groups have skills and talents which are highly valuable to businesses, and to the company itself.
Jess May is the founder and owner of Enabled Employment, a bold internet company which provides employment opportunities for people with disability and other groups from diverse backgrounds. The idea for the company came from Jess’ own experience as a worker with a disability.Read more >
Chris Delforce is an accomplished businessman, who has conducted Sozo Production (www.sozo.com.au) as the Chief Executive Officer since 2011. He is Enabled Employment's Chief Information Officer, and his experience in building, hosting and managing websites is extensive.Read more >
Sharon is a journalist with 25 years experience as a writer and communicator, and has worked for the public, private and community sectors. She joined Enabled Employment as the Media Liaison and Communications Manager in April 2014.Read more >
April grew up in a family with a sister who has an intellectual disability and a cousin with cerebral palsy, and is passionate about assisting people with disabilities. April worked for three and a half years working in the Disabilities, Sickness and Carers and Retirements area of Department of Human Service before branching out into the wider public service.Read more >
Ian is an Australian Senior, and extremely passionate about diversity inclusion in the workplace. Seniors are able to contribute to company success by providing their accrued knowledge-wealth and skills, for differential commercial advantage and contemporary competitive edge. Ian believes there is significant opportunity for employers to increase their business outcomes by engaging Seniors directly and flexibly into their workplace.Read more >
We’re delighted to welcome our Recruitment Officer, Vikki Pulea, who has joined Enabled Employment’s office in Canberra from Far North Queensland. Vikki has returned to live in Canberra after an absence of six years, so we’ve turned up the heaters for her in the office to make sure she can cope with the cold!Read more >