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Create a more inclusive and diverse workplace with Customised Employment.

Unlock the potential of 2.1 million working-age people with disabilities. By embracing inclusive employment, your company can benefit in numerous ways:

  • Boosted productivity: A diverse workplace allows for more ideas and improved processes, leading to increased productivity.
  • Improved awareness and acceptance: People with disability bring a diverse range of skills to the workplace, allowing your company to navigate the complexities of a global marketplace.
  • Positive brand experience: A diverse workplace promotes a positive reputation, increases marketplace awareness, and generates a more diverse client base.

But how do you find the right person for your team and determine the suitable role? That's where Scope comes in. We specialise in customised employment solutions, connecting businesses with talented individuals with disabilities who are eager for long-term work.

Our role is to facilitate an optimal fit between the job seeker and the employer for a mutually successful employment partnership. From identifying or creating meaningful roles to providing ongoing support, we're with you every step of the way.

Ready to make a difference? Start your inclusive employment journey today.

How does Customised Employment work?

  • Step 1: Discover potential
    Our comprehensive Discovery phase unpacks each job seeker's unique skills, strengths, and interests, allowing us to identify their perfect fit within a work environment.
  • Step 2: Find the right match
    Our staff then work with employers to identify potential job opportunities suitable for our job seekers.
  • Step 3: Seamless process
    Scope assists with the entire process, so the needs of the job seeker and the employer are well matched at all stages. You can read more about the customised employment process for job seekers here. Become a more inclusive employer today.


‘If you are a good and viable business, your customers will be people with disability, so it is advantageous to have people on your workforce who have lived experience of disability – they can help you to innovate the products and services you provide to the community. It’s a win-win situation for everyone.’

Zane Mackenzie – Customer Engagement Manager

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