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The benefits to your business
Your employee will gain new skills, increase their confidence and give back to their country in times of need. What they learn in the Army Reserve and their experiences will translate to your business as they develop, not just as people, but as leaders.
Reservists are trained to develop teamwork and leadership skills that can benefit your business.
Reserves have access to world-class training that costs you nothing, but rewards you greatly.
People like doing business with companies that give something back. Through the Employer Support Awards, you can be recognised for your commitment within the business community.
What is involved with Army Reserve service
People like doing business with companies that give something back.
Most Reservists work between 20-100 days a year. It can vary depending on your role.
Army Reservists may be required to attend during “State of Emergency”.
Army Reservists may be required to respond during times of crisis and need. You may be eligible for compensation during their time of absence. If eligible, you can receive compensation through the Defence Reserves Support Employer Support Payment Scheme. The minimum rate paid is based on the average full-time adult wage.
Show your public support for the Army Reserve by joining the Defence Reserve Support program. Pledge support to your employees who serve our Nation as Australian Defence Force Reservists, and acknowledge the skills and other attributes which they bring to the workplace.
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