TasCOSS is seeking a Stakeholder Engagement & Policy Officer to lead stakeholder consultation and provide high quality research on energy affordability and other issues impacting on Tasmanians.
TasCOSS is continuing to work as a partner on Working Together (WT) — supporting early learning, an initiative of the Tasmanian Department of Education which aims to open opportunity for eligible three year old children to participate in free, quality early learning. We talked with many families throughout the pilot last year, and are again helping to collect and share the voice of family participants throughout 2020.
As outlined in Principle 1 of the AICD Not-for-profit Governance Principles, an organisations purpose must be clear and there must be a strategy that sets out how that purpose will be achieved. In this episode, Bridget and Cameron are joined by the General Manager of Tasmanian Leaders and experienced board member, Angela Driver, to unpack what went wrong with Kodak and discuss how purpose and strategy could have saved the photography behemoth.
Age of Criminal Responsibility Working Group Review
The continuing COVID-19 health and economic crises have led to more people than ever struggling to find paid work. For every job available in Tasmania today there are 21 job seekers.
TasCOSS is committed to providing the community services industry with up-to-date information, hints and tips for completing your COVID-19 Safety Plan and supporting a safe return for your workforce (paid and volunteer).
Good culture, as outlined in Principle 10 of the AICD Not-for-profit Governance Principles, can get an organisation a very long way. In this episode, Bridget and Cameron look at the American multinational ride-hailing company Uber and what can go wrong when a board fails to value it’s culture with the help of Heather Chong.
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The Emergency Food Relief Directory has been complied as a result of queries from support agencies on where additional support for food relief efforts can be directed, such as produce, meals, deliveries and volunteers. The directory aims to capture the current activity in the three regions — North-West, North and South.
JobSeeker is lifting thousands of people out of poverty. Over 120,000 Tasmanians are just getting by on inadequate incomes. The new rate of JobSeeker (including the Coronavirus Supplement) has allowed families to meet basic household needs and relieve financial stress.