Jigsaw interview with ABC NewsRadio

Aug 24, 2022 | Media

The Social Services Minister Amanda Rishworth hosted a Disability Employment Roundtable in Canberra this week to discuss how to better support people with disability to find and maintain employment.

ABC NewsRadio’s Mandy Presland interviewed Tim Sprey, Jigsaw Hub Expansion Manager, to discuss the announcement that the government will make significant changes to the Disability Employment Services program.

Minister Amanda Rishworth is sitting at a desk at a conference. She is wearing a cream blazer. There is a woman and man sat either side of her. The desk is covered in papers and microphones.

Tim Sprey expanded on how Jigsaw’s model outperforms existing disability employment models, is scalable and can be replicated by partner organisations.

Click below to listen to the full interview.


About Jigsaw

Jigsaw is a social enterprise that provides an innovative pathway to open employment for people with disability. By embedding a comprehensive skill-based training program within our commercial document and data management business, Jigsaw enables people with disability to achieve their employment goals at their own pace. Jigsaw’s holistic approach starts from the very basics of core work skills and supports trainees all the way through to transition to open employment with ongoing support and coaching once they have transitioned.

Jigsaw is located in Sydney, MelbourneBrisbane and Adelaide, with Canberra and Perth locations coming soon.