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Justin and Angela Kickett, both believe strongly about giving back to the community and empowering indigenous youths.



Meet Taylor Kickett. This young lady was one of our Security Officers at i24s.

Twenty months ago, Taylor was employed by an organisation where she was the subject of bullying (both overt and covert) in the workplace. She left due to her mental health wellbeing.

i24s employed her, trained, developed her skills and mentored her to become a Security Officer. She has literally turned her life around. She recently left her role as Security Officer to continue her growth in the Federal Government space. Something she always wanted to do.

Here at i24s we believe it is important to be part of your employee’s growth, even if it means they leave to pursue their own dreams. 

We want to wish Taylor all the best in her future endeavours and every success.



Meet Olivia Tassone. This is her story in her own words:

At the age of 18, I was working at a place I was not happy at. I think it was simply because it wasn’t going to take me anywhere career-wise. I was fortunately offered to work at i24s as a part-time receptionist/administration person. I will always be grateful to i24s for the chance to try something different.

I started as a part-time employee and then worked my way to a full-time role. My tasks each day were varied, and I learnt a lot from what I was asked to do, whether it be recruitment, general office duties, even booking medicals for new staff. It was from my work with organising pre-employment medicals that I was driven to pursue a career in this field.

I later accepted a role with REDIMED – Total Health Solutions where I was coordinating all the pre-employment medicals on-site. It was from this experience that I was given the incredible opportunity to become a part-owner and assist in the start-up of Spartan First at the age of 19.

In the beginning, I struggled immensely with my self-confidence as I was surrounded by people who had much more experience and knowledge than me. I was by far the youngest person in every meeting and struggled to find my voice.

With the assistance of the team around me, I began to trust in myself and gain the knowledge and confidence I needed to grow into the businesswoman I am today. I admittedly still have a lot to learn and I am thankful to the team at Spartan for constantly pushing me out of my comfort zone and helping me to grow in many ways.

We must also mention that Olivia was nominated for the Emerging Businesswoman of the Year Award at the Indigenous Emerging Business Forum (IEBF) on 23rd October 2020. She won her category in front of a few hundred businessmen and women and we were amongst that crowd cheering her on. What a fantastic outcome for Olivia, and no doubt she is already inspiring other aspiring businessmen and women to pursue their goals and dreams.  

We want to wish Olivia the very best and thank her for allowing us to share her story.

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