19 Joanne Pellew
Indigenous affairs and recruitment
Read Joanne Pellew’s insights via her website.
As the founder and chief executive of Ochre Workforce Solutions and iWork, Joanne Pellew provides a crucial service of helping Indigenous Australians find employment.
On her LinkedIn profile, Pellew writes about on entrepreneurship, disruption and emerging technology, as well as think pieces on greater Indigenous affairs in Australia and closing the unemployment gap. She is a passionate advocate for new solutions for employing workers within indigenous communities, and provides valuable insights on innovation in this area, as well as taking a broad look at how Australian businesses can rethink their approaches to hiring.
Pellew’s writing focuses on a wide range of business fields appropriate for SME owners who want to look towards the future of work in Australia.
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