Life after retrenchment – Nik’s story
Nik worked at General Motors Holden for 15 years before taking a redundancy package in 2015. His journey to new employment has led him to start his own business; Pride on the Line, which manufactures and supplies recovery baths to sporting codes all over Australia and the world.
Boiler maker/welder Isaac
At 33 years old, Isaac was retrenched from his position in the mining industry.
With the support of an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider, Isaac secured employment and an Australian Apprenticeship as a boiler maker/welder.
Visit the Australian Apprenticeships website to learn about his journey into new employment.
Council worker Santo
Santo worked for Holden from 1991 to 2006 when he took a redundancy package. He now works for Adelaide City Council. Watch the video below to learn about his journey to new employment.
Bringing your skills and experience to a new job
Hear from three former automotive workers, who talk about their experiences and transferable skills and how these skills helped them into new employment.