HSBC remains Flex Able Certified

In 2015, HSBC made the strategic move towards creating a flexible work environment for everyone. HSBC wants you to know that flexible working is available for everyone and you are encouraged to join their flexible working organisation.
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Tips and tricks for working mums

Renae Joseph is the National Director of Operations & Marketing for Initiative Australia talks to WORK180 about supporting mental health at work, life as a working mother and how culture affects the workplace.
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Continuous Improvement and the The Spirit of Kaizen at Toyota

Suhailah Davies started at Toyota as a graduate 7 years ago and is about to step into a role as Senior Brand Comms Coordinator for Gazoo Racing & Olympics. With a double degree in marketing and Japanese, Suhailah wanted to work for a Japanese company.
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Career and Leadership Tips From a Long Career in STEM

With a career that spans experience including technical support operations in Australia leading the Sydney Technical Assistance Centre (TAC) and a team of 135, Nairi Adamian from Cisco, took a leap of faith to move into a new position in Sales Engineering.
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A Focus on Innovation and Learning at REA Group

Grace Peng wanted to study design at university, but her Dad bribed her to go and study IT with a new computer of her own. Grace is now the Lead Developer at REA Group where she’s been a developer for the past six years.
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How to pursue a leadership role within banking and finance

Raising the number of women in leadership is important for all companies, but in the banking and finance industry, it’s a top priority. With this in mind, WORK180 interview eight women, who have successfully pursued senior roles within banking and finance.
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Employer support for stillbirth and miscarriage- from best practice to next practice

Today is International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, held every year to remember those little lives lost to miscarriage and stillbirth.
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Celebrating Progress for Women in Sport

When our co-founder Valeria Ignatieva was in primary school, she was told she couldn’t join the football team as it was “too rough for girls”. So she moved into other more “girl-friendly” sports instead. How things have changed!
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Self-Care: 6 tips on how to prioritise your Mental Health

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. It’s a good opportunity to take a moment to reflect on how you might be able to nurture your wellbeing. Here are some simple self-care steps you can take to ensure that you’re taking care of yourself.
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How employers are prioritising mental health in the workplace

For Mental Health Week 2019, seven of WORK180’s endorsed employers share how they’re championing mental health in their workplaces, and the policies, strategies and resources they have in place to do so.
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Right Place, Right Time: Thriving as a working mum in the property industry

Anne-Louise Fleming has more than a decade of experience across engineering, construction and property. Now as Development Manager at Dexus, Anne-Louise shares her advice to women and working mums pursuing leadership roles in property.
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Sara Tweedly from Canstar gives her 3 tips for pursuing a leadership role

Sara Tweedly has grown alongside her employer. She shares how you can do the same - in the finance sector and beyond.
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You are Not Your Job Title: Professional Tips on Successful Career Transitions

BuildKite's Cath Jones says by following your passions and identifying transferrable skills you never have to feel like you’re ‘starting over’ when you make a change.
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Getting Back on Track After Parental Leave in a Purpose Driven Role

Donna O’Neill started with KPMG thirteen years ago, has been supported through parental leave and returning to work, and is currently managing the inaugural firmwide volunteer day in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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