Windsor Group offers more than human resource services and recruitment solutions.

It’s called the Windsor Difference. We engage and collaborate with our partners across sectors to deliver an extensive social enterprise program, providing value to our clients and candidates.

Windsor Group is a ‘business with a conscience’, demonstrated by the support we offer individuals and ethical values-led businesses to achieve social good.

Our commitment to social impact means we help you to excel at what you do through our extensive social enterprise program. The purpose of this program is to build the capacity of both individuals and organisations by promoting skill development and knowledge sharing across industries. We engage and collaborate with peak bodies and our client partners to identify topics of interest and knowledge gaps. This consultation process informs the subject matter of our annual program. Our social enterprise program includes:

  • Professional development opportunities for staff.
  • Monthly networking lunch forum invitations to Chairs of Boards, CEOs, Senior Executives and HR Managers.
  • Peer group forums for staff and Executives at all levels.
  • Public forums on key topics of interest for different industries.

Windsor Group is making a difference through fostering knowledge insight and connections across people and organisations who are striving to deliver similar social outcomes.

To find out more about our social enterprise program contact us on 07 3211 0001 or come along to one of our various events and networking forums, most of which are provided free of charge.

Statement of Achievement: Social Enterprise

In May 2017, Windsor Group underwent an evaluation by Dr Lyn Alderman, Principal Evaluator. The purpose of this evaluation was to determine the extent to which Windsor Group achieved our ambition to re-invest profits into building the capacity of people and purpose-driven, socially-conscious organisations. A social enterprise is defined as an organisation that operates as a business with a significant focus on contributing to social good.

Our ambition has been realised based on the findings of the evaluation. The foundation of this achievement includes:

  • the re‑investment of Windsor Group’s profits into capacity building events,
  • ‘Charity of the Month’ promotions,
  • workplace giving
  • and a strong belief of staff in social good.

This evaluation recognises the work we have been doing at Windsor Group for a number of years. Our results for the first half of FY18 are displayed in the diagram.

Windsor Group is a member of Queensland Social Enterprise Council (QSEC).

If you would like to know more: http://www.qsec.org.au/

The Common Good

The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation

The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation (TPCHF) was formed in 1986 with the primary goal of funding critical research at The Prince Charles Hospital. Today TPCHF has become a major research funding body focusing on the areas of heart, lung, dementia, arthritis, among others. We’re proud to support researchers working with The Prince Charles Hospital, which is one of the world’s leading heart and lung hospitals.

 

The Common Good

 

The Common Good is an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation. It’s a movement of all of us working together to give precious time to researchers who in turn can help us & those we love to live happier, healthier and longer lives. The Common Good is people powering medical discoveries.

 

Help us, help them to help you

 

The Common Good funds the researchers who are making a difference to the lives of everyday Australians.  Chronic disease will affect 4 out of every 5 Australians, and researchers at The Prince Charles Hospital are tackling these very conditions. It’s therefore critical that we back the researchers who strive for the medical discoveries that will improve our lives.

Once such researcher is Matthew Wells. Organ transplant is a precious gift that saves lives, but we need to better understand how the transplanted organ functions before and after transplant. Matt is looking at how the donated heart metabolises nutrients and creates energy. By understanding this process new drugs can be designed to improve the donated organs, thus improving the quality and number of donor hearts available for transplant. This will help more Australians who require a transplant to live longer and healthier lives.

The cost of research is just $44 an hour and discoveries can happen at any time. The more we support research, the greater and speedier the outcome.

Support us to support Matthew, how? Well you can donate to the Common Good via this link https://www.thecommongood.org.au/

or join Matthew in our Cycle of Giving event on the 10th of March.  1,000 riders will be fundraising and riding for transplant research, join them in the ride as an individual, family or team participant-more details here www.cycleofgiving.org.au