Corporate profile: Telum set to Pause 4 Parkinson’s

With Pause 4 Parkinson’s officially being launched for April 2019, we are delighted to share that long time Shake It Up corporate supporter Telum is on board again as a Gold Partner!

Telum has supported Shake It Up since our establishment in 2011, with their generosity shining through in support of our Founder Clyde Campbell as he took on the Blackmores Sydney Running Festival year after year!

They have also involved their workforce in the Pause 4 Parkinson’s campaign by holding a BBQ at each of their sites to raise awareness and funds to those living with Parkinson’s and their loved ones and friends.

“With our workforce spread out across multiple sites, Pause4Parkinson’s was ideal for our business as the format meant that every site could do their own thing but we were collectively united on the day”.

Jim Castrisos – Director, Telum Workforce

About Telum

 

Telum supports Shake It up Australia FoundationTelum was created in 1993 and offers complete workforce solutions specific to the construction industry – everything from skilled labour and operators, to trades and project managers, each providing outstanding support and sound advice every step of the way.

Telum provides both short-term and medium-to-long term candidate placements for clients requiring site management and supervision, trades, operators, and general labour. Their pool of more than 6,000 qualified and skilled candidates bring in-depth, specific industry knowledge, and an unquestionably professional approach, to the table – this forms the basis of their reputation. 

About Pause 4 Parkinson's

Thursday 11th April 2019 is World Parkinson’s Day and we want you to help us give a voice to the 100,000 Australians living with Parkinson’s.

It’s easy to get involved – simply gather your friends and family or colleagues and hold an event doing something you love!

Corporate Opportunities

Get your company involved today, it's a great opportunity to engage your employees in a very worthwhile cause and help raise awareness about Parkinson's.