Generation Health is a newly formed Australian company which brings together a number of high-quality well-established health brands. Through our brands, we deliver services across personal injury, occupational health, medico-legal and disability employment. Our nationwide teams of consultants are committed to delivering the best quality services – at the highest standards – to improve lives … Continue reading Generation Health – A Defence Partner Friendly Employer
Hearing the words ‘quarantine’ and ‘kids’ in the one sentence had ‘MWDU’ enter my mind like a flashing neon sign, while I pictured myself hiding in the dishwasher trying to get some space. Postings are hard enough and I wasn’t sure my undies could stretch any further from my stress eating, but they pulled through … Continue reading Quarantine 2020 Style
We recently talked to ADF partner, Hannah who works in Cairns. Tell us about the group you work/volunteer for and your role. My name is Hannah and I’m the Cairns Defence Community Support Group (CDCSG) Coordinator. Myself and two other navy wives, Joanna & Lucy, started the CDSCG from scratch just one year ago. How … Continue reading Cairns Defence Community Support Group
We recently talked to Belinda Wilson, Chief Executive Officer of Bravery Trust, an organisation that supports current ADF members and veterans. When was Bravery Trust established? Bravery Trust was established in 2012 to meet a growing need for urgent financial support for members and ex-members injured during service, particularly due to modern conflict. We believe … Continue reading We talked to Bravery Trust
As a Defence Partner contemplating looking for a new job there is a certain level of anxiety around ‘that question’. You know the one, the one that seemingly innocuous question, ‘what brings you to (insert current posting location)’ sometimes it’s phrased along the lines of ‘I see you have moved around a fair bit’ either … Continue reading That One Question in a Job Interview
In a matter of months working from home has gone from being perceived as a benefit, something offered by progressive or creative organisations to a necessity for many, even the most traditional and conservative of organisations. As businesses try to figure out what the new normal looks like and the practicalities of returning to centralised … Continue reading Want to continue working from home?
Recently Beck Rayner from the Military Wife Life community, recorded a powerful podcast with an ADF partner who escaped from a difficult family situation several years ago, and with another ADF partner who is a domestic violence worker. The podcast is available on podcast apps and at https://militarywifelife.com.au/podcast/ The podcast is brutally honest and tells … Continue reading Family and Domestic Violence