We’d like to extend our congratulations to Christian Jenkins awarded the Most Outstanding Exhibit at the 2022 Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. His garden named Inner Calm was announced the overall winner this morning, giving him the Gold Medal.

Landscaper to Winners of the Block 2021, Christian is pictured here at the front of Inner Calm with our director Wayne Allan. He’s a great friend to the Workplace Alliance family and we share his passion for excellence. We congratulate him for his continued high performance results.

Part of Workplace Alliance’s charter is strong Community Involvement. As Founder of Workplace Alliance, Wayne Allan has been asked to mentor an international student. Meet Sagar. A Civil Engineering student at Deakin University. We are jointly proud to be involved with Sagar’s journey in sharing experiences & assisting in his development.

This Circular Economy development fits with our overall charter of leaving it better than we found it.
Thank you Sagar for having us a part of your experiences here in Australia.

Workplace Alliance are proud supporters of STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM partners with businesses and schools to give their students real industry experience. Building this bridge while children are still in school gives them insight and encouragement to pick subjects which they are passionate in, and in turn they can see how their studies and apply in the workforce.

Moli Bagshaw from Clonard College spent this last in hi-vis with the Workplace Alliance engineers. Experiencing a range of areas, and not afraid to be hands-on and brave the heights of the scissor lift. Moli is the 3rd student who we have conducted this work experience with as part of our investment in students and trades.

Workplace Alliance would like to thank Godfrey Hirst for allowing us to bring Moli onto their premises safely, as well as Clonard College for their continual support.
Pictured are left to right: Wayne Allan, Moli Bagshaw, Craig Kerr Nelson.


Workplace Alliance are proud to announce their continued sponsorship at NORTH GEELONG SECONDARY COLLEGE to support disadvantaged students to participate in the College’s EIS AFL Program.
Our commitment sits perfectly with our vision of: “Leaving it Better than we found it.”

Our view is to support community & this compliments our association with the Northern Futures Initiative. Our association with North Geelong Secondary College is in its third year and we look forward to many more working together with Principal Nicholas Adamou, in Alliance for a better community for everyone.