North Queensland Specialists

Integrated Human Resource, Training and Recruitment services

Recruitment Services

We can assist you with recruiting services across all sectors, from mining and blue-collar industries to government/private/corporate office and service-relatedprofessionals.

Labour-Hire : Temporary : Permanent : Part-time

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TP Human Capital is one of the region’s most respected corporate training providers to small-to-largebusinesses, including the likes of BAE, Wilmar Sugar, BHP Billiton and
James Cook University.

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Human Resources

TP Human Capital was founded to help organisations manage their human resources (HR) more effectively.  Our clients recognise the key role that their people play in achieving organisational success and the need for specialist knowledge and consulting expertise in the HR area.

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By tphcmanager | July 27, 2022

Townsville’s leaders unite to set the local road map for COVID recovery TP Human Capital invited to be part of Taskforce Written by: Townsville City Council | Townsville City Council is getting on the front foot by taking a whole of community and government approach to responding to the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.  …

ABC : Employers are offering big incentives to attract and retain staff

By tphcmanager | June 3, 2022

ABC Far North / By Phil Brandel Posted Fri 27 May 2022 Hospitality is one of the industries tjhat has been hardest hit by the current worker shortage.(ABC Far North: Phil Brandel ) Help keep family & friends informed by sharing this article During the tech boom of the 1990s, companies would lure new…

Townsville in Australia’s top 10 economic powerhouse cities

By tphcmanager | April 29, 2022

by Mina Martin13 Apr 2022  Broker News Australia’s property market may have seen some of its strongest-ever growth over the past two years, but according to a data-led buyer’s agency, a booming housing market post-pandemic requires a strong-recovering local economy. In its latest Market Pressure Review Report, InvestorKit has revealed the 10 best-performing and fast-recovering…

Hiring costs ‘doubled

By tphcmanager | March 16, 2022

From the Townsville Bulletin newspaper. 16 March 2022 DAVID SWAN THE war for talent is heating up as an election issue, according to ELMO chief executive Danny Lessem, amid new statistics showing the cost to hire new workers has skyrocketed over the past year, doubling to more than $23,000 per employee, with businesses forced to…

Townsville’s growth laying important groundwork

By tphcmanager | March 3, 2022

TOWNSVILLE’S economy is showing signs of growth as the region reports one of the strongest years for commercial and residential development in years. In 2021 there were 3824 lodgements for both residential and commercial development applications, up from 3611 in 2020 and 3171 in 2019. The Townsville Bulletin reported on Wednesday that home building approvals…

Proposed global scale Energy Hub one step closer for NQ

By tphcmanager | October 12, 2021

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Townsville Jobs: Positive Diversified Momentum

By tphcmanager | September 29, 2021

Townsville once depressed and insecure is quietly, confidently, achieving. Recent official workforce data (August ABS data)reveal a positive performing region with a variety of industries contributing to a net positive result so far, year to date. This is very different to the national trend and many other regional experiences. Regional Economist Colin Dwyer said “Townsville…


By tphcmanager | September 22, 2021

This article is from the Townsville Bulletin 22/09/21 PLANNED PROJECTS WILL REVITALISE OUR CITY OUR city has again been the beneficiary of major events relocating for Covid over the last couple of months. After the State of Origin in June, we’ve now been able to enjoy preliminary NRL finals games and international rugby tests –…

Court confirmed workplace sexual harassment need not be explicit

By tphcmanager | August 19, 2021

SOURCE HCAMAG In a recent decision, the NSW Court of Appeal upheld the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal’s finding that a company’s sexually suggestive WH&S poster constituted sexual harassment. The Court confirmed that sexual harassment in the workplace need not be explicit, citing “innuendo, insinuation, implication, overtone, undertone, horseplay, a hint, a wink or a…

Jobs for Townsville

By tphcmanager | June 30, 2021

REGION CRIES OUT FOR WORKERS AS INDUSTRY POWERS UP As reported in the Townsville Bulletin – The Townsville region’s job market is roaring along at a level not seen in almost a decade. Analysing May’s jobs figures, economist Colin Dwyer said the total number of workers employed around the Townsville region rose to 112,900 –…

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Effective human capital management equates to increased profitability and organisational success.