Workforce Development is a combination of managing the size and composition of your workforce, retaining, managing and skilling that workforce.
View information on workforce planning to help you think about skills you’ll need to grow your business: how to find people with skills and, if you already have them in your business, how to keep them.
There are many resources and publications available to assist in developing your workforce.
Other more general resources include:
Building Australia's defence supply capabilities. (PDF) 2012, Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency.
Early years workforce strategy (PDF) 2012, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.
The Engineering Profession – A Statistical Overview, 9th Edition (PDF) 2012, Engineers Australia.
Food and beverage workforce Issues Paper. (PDF) 2013, Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency.
Future focus: 2013 National workforce development strategy. 2013, Australian Workforce Productivity Agency.
Future focus: Australia's skills and workforce development needs. (PDF, 8 MB) Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency.
Future-proofing local government: national workforce strategy 2013-2020. (PDF) 2013, Australian Centre of Excellence for Local Government.
ICT Workforce study 2013. (PDF) 2013, Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency.
Mind the Gap: Why agrifood's potential in the Asian Century is far from assured. 2013 Environmental Scan from Agrifood Skills (PDF) Agrifood Skills Council.
Modelling the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency scenarios for South Australia. (PDF) 2013. Prepared by Insight Economics for the South Australian Government.
Projecting the radiation oncology workforce: Input to the Tripartite National Strategic Plan For Radiation Oncology in Australia. 2012, The Allen Consulting Group.
Review of Australian Government Health Workforce Programs. 2013, Department of Health.
South Australia resources workforce scoping report 2013 – 2020: a workforce analysis of the current and future requirements within the South Australian resources sector. (PDF) 2013, RESA.