THE WORKPAC GROUP
We are an established, diversified Australian-owned, organisation providing workforce
management, project management, training and technology solutions to the resources,
construction, industrial, health and social care sectors. Our services are grouped under the following categories:
WorkPac annouce it has been awarded service contracts with Workforce Australia
Following the announcement by the Department of Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family business, WorkPac is proud to announce it has been awarded service contracts with Workforce Australia. In response, WorkPac wishes to advise the launc...
WorkPac Celebrates 25 Years of Success
This month, WorkPac celebrates its 25th anniversary.Founded by Phil Smart in 1997, WorkPac has grown from a Perth-based team of two into one of Australia’s largest private employers.Now, over 450 staff across 35 metropolitan and regional offices...
Dual Award Nomination, for Client Service and Best Back Office Team
Two of WorkPac’s teams are nominated for the TALiNT International Annual Recruitment Awards which is taking place between 4 – 5pm AEDT on Friday 13th November.The annual TALiNT Awards recognise the remarkable hard work, commitment, and sheer entr...
R U OK Day September 10
10th September 2020 is a day set aside from others to remind us all the importance of checking in with colleagues, friends and family to as the questions “R U OK?” At WorkPac we care about all our team members. We understand that life’s challen...
WORKPAC WATER DRIVE FOR GRANITE BELT DROUGHT ASSIST
Across Queensland, those in regional areas are doing it tough. Years of drought have left many farmers under serious strain, not able to make ends meet as they struggle to feed their animals, maintain their crops, and even care for themselves and ...
WHY WE NEED TO RECONCILE AND NOT JUST IN ACCOUNTING
As National Reconciliation Week draws to a close our very own Financial Accountant Sam Roberts talks about why we need to reconcile, and not just in accounting!https://www.charteredaccountantsanz.com/news-and-analysis/news/why-we-need-to-reconc...