Workforce Evolve Referral Partners

As part of individual coaching when completing Workforce Evolve, employers can be referred by a Workforce Coach to our panel of expert diversity partners.


At Abilitymap, we're dedicated to transforming the way businesses approach diversity and hiring. Our mission is to help individuals discover their unique strengths, empowering them to navigate their careers with confidence. Individuals receive reports highlighting their strengths, contributing to a self-assured and empowered workforce.

We offer data-driven hiring solutions, enabling businesses to make informed decisions, to confidently hire the individuals who have the inherit set of skills required for performance in the role. Our Capability Profile facilitates structured, authentic interviews by aligning questions with core capabilities. This approach results in more accurate and equitable hiring decisions.

We champion diversity and inclusion, reducing bias in the hiring process and creating workplaces that value each individual's unique potential. By minimising guesswork, we help you make smarter hiring choices. Abilitymap is your partner in creating a diverse, inclusive and successful workplace, leading to right hires, stronger teams, and happier employees.

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Autism Queensland

Our mission is to cultivate a world where every individual feels valued, respected, and empowered to contribute their unique perspectives and talents. Driven by our core values of integrity, diversity, strengths focus, safety, and evidence-informed practice, we champion inclusive and supportive environments that foster growth, well-being, and positive impact. We believe that by embracing diversity and nurturing individual strengths, we can unleash the full potential of individuals and communities, creating a world where everyone can thrive. 

Our core values guide our approach to employment, creating a positive and productive work environment that attracts, retains, and empowers a diverse workforce, including neurodivergent individuals. We are committed to fostering a workplace where individuals of all backgrounds feel respected, valued, and empowered to contribute their unique perspectives and talents.  Our commitment to ethical behaviour, diversity, and inclusion ensures that our employment practices are fair, transparent, and equitable. We believe in recognising and nurturing individual strengths, providing opportunities for growth and development, and promoting a safe and supportive work environment. By basing our employment decisions on evidence-informed practice, we optimise employee well-being, engagement, and productivity. 


CoAct is a not-for-profit organisation and one of Australia's most trusted providers of Workforce Australia and Disability employment services. With a network of teams in over 350 locations, CoAct is committed to fostering diversity and inclusion in the workplace while simultaneously assisting employers in finding a diverse range of talented individuals to enrich their businesses. At its core, CoAct believes that a diverse workforce is not just a reflection of society but a strategic advantage that drives innovation, creativity, and overall business success. 


CoAct operates in partnership with your local employment services provider, a team that intimately understands your local area and the challenges of recruitment and retention. Our national team provides these local partners with guidance, resources, and accountability. These two teams work in seamless synergy to help you keep the wheels of your business turning. CoAct's unique approach involves working closely with employers to identify their specific workforce needs, offering tailored solutions that draw from a broad pool of candidates from various backgrounds and experiences. As a not-for-profit organisation, CoAct prioritises its social mission over profits, channelling its resources and expertise towards creating a more equitable job market for all. They also focus on providing support and resources to both employers and candidates, ensuring a smooth and successful integration into the workplace. By bridging the gap between businesses and diverse talent, CoAct empowers companies to build inclusive teams that can thrive in today's competitive and dynamic business landscape.  


For more information on CoAct visit their website here

Get Skilled Access

Founded in 2016 by multiple wheelchair tennis grand slam champion, Paralympian and 2022 Australian of the Year, Dylan Alcott AO, Get Skilled Access is a Disability Inclusion and Accessibility Consulting firm. 

At GSA, we’re not just consultants; we’re people with disability, lived experience of disability and allies of disability inclusion. Along with our extensive array of professional skill sets, this authenticity infuses our process, making us uniquely positioned to guide your organisation on its inclusive journey. 

We understand that every organisation is on a unique path, and we’re here to guide you through it. While we are the experts in disability inclusion, we also understand that you know your business better than anyone else. That is why our approach is one of co-design. We call in, not out. We work alongside you to create a pathway that suits you and your organisation's objectives. 

We partner with our clients to provide genuine, tangible, and engaging experiences that drive inclusion, productivity, and profitability. Our partnership is your compass to navigate towards sustainable change, creating an equitable and dignified experience for all. 

We firmly believe that changing misconceptions starts with open dialogue. Join us in reshaping the future of disability inclusion; GSA is your ally in making it happen. 

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Humans Like Us

Humans Like Us mobilises Australian employers to support refugees building a new life in Australia.

We build employers’ confidence and capacity to successfully welcome and integrate refugees into their workforce, by provide strategic advice, resources and connections to an inter-agency peer group, the Australian Employer Network for Refugee Inclusion.

The Humans Like Us website operates as a best-practice manual, based on the experiences of employers around the world and up-to-date academic research.

The Multicultural Professional Network

Our vision is to highlight the importance of hiring, retaining, nurturing and upskilling multicultural talent including executive sponsorship. We deliver on our purpose and vision by focusing our efforts on delivering experiences that serve to connect Multicultural Professionals across Australia (and beyond). 

We are women-led, intersectional and focus on empowering underrepresented talent across all races, ages, ethnicities, sexual orientations, abilities, veteran statuses and gender identities 

We provide the necessary information for professionals worldwide to transform their careers, including advice and guidance to help them make decisions on their career.  

Our support within the network includes:  

  • Community Connections: Enabling individuals to forge meaningful relationships within a diverse professional community. 
  • CV Review and Virtual Job Fairs: Assisting individuals in refining their resumes and connecting with potential employers through virtual job fairs. 
  • Skills Profile and Global Mobility: Helping individuals showcase their skills and explore global career opportunities. 
  • Job Search, Job Board, and Interviews: Assisting individuals in accessing job listings, applying with confidence, and excelling in interviews. 
  • Personal Development Plans and Career Action Plans: Supporting individuals in charting their growth with personalised plans tailored to their aspirations. 

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Pride In Diversity

Nine out of ten of Australia’s largest employers are Members of Pride in Diversity. Launched in 2010, Pride in Diversity is globally recognised as one of the pre-eminent organizations providing expert advice and support in LGBTQ+ workplace inclusion.

There are close to seven hundred Member organisations across the four Pride Inclusion Programs. Our members are heavily represented on the ASX 200, and employ or contract 30% of the Australian workforce, or over four million employees. Pride in Diversity has the breadth of experience to advise on leading practice, workforce issues and solutions to assist organisations to govern and measure their workplace inclusion strategies.

Pride in Diversity’s mission is to support members to achieve best practice in LGBTQ+ workplace inclusion and for them to attract and retain talent through the adoption of progressive inclusive strategies and initiatives.

Our parent organization is ACON which is Australia’s largest and oldest LGBTQ+ organization and the Australian leader in LGBTQ+ health for 40 years.

Pride in Diversity is a not-for-profit organization which does not receive Government funding other than through membership fees, and sponsorship of events or initiatives.

Acknowledgement of Country

Business Chamber Queensland respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of the lands from across Queensland and the Torres Strait. We acknowledge the Jagera and Turrbal people as the Traditional Custodians of Meanjin (Brisbane), the lands where our office is located and the place we meet, work and learn. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.