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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Driving Diversity at nbn

John Parkin is the Executive General Manager Customer Field Operations at nbn, and is a passionate, vocal supporter of building a diverse workforce. We chatted with John about gender balance, strong targets for diversity at nbn and why it matters.
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Flexible Working stories from the WORK180 partner network: PepsiCo

NAWO’s Gold Member PepsiCo are committed to providing a range of flexible work practices to assist employees balance their personal responsibilities and lifestyle with work. NAWO talks to two of PepsiCo's employees to talk about Flexible Working.
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How Cisco is providing a ‘soft landing’ through major life transitions

Paula Gacesa shares how Cisco in Australia and New Zealand is creating a ‘softer landing’ for employees through establishing ‘Back To Business’.
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Flexible Working is possible! (Our Endorsed Employers tell you how)

Yes Flexible Working is possible, in fact it is more than possible, it has great benefits for both the employer and the employee! Here are some examples of how our Endorsed Employers and their employees make Flexible Working work for them.
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How flexible work makes employees happier

Flexible work arrangements can no longer be passed off as an employee perk or privilege. In our increasingly competitive world, it’s the new normal, and it’s driving big wins for both employees and employers
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Cerebral Palsy is no barrier for Kathryn and Laing O’Rourke

Laing O’Rourke's Kathryn Bergstrum was born with Cerebral Palsy. She spent 10 years looking for full-time employment, working multiple part time jobs simultaneously, and doing her best to remain positive and hopeful during a frustrating job hunting period.
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The key to reinventing your career while staying true to your roots

Kelly Smith transformed her life. From disadvantage and uncertainty, she has found a career and an employer she loves. Read her story and hear her 3 tips for success.
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Leveraging Your Network and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Jess Dodson (Microsoft Premier Field Engineer) always knew she wanted to work in IT, and had her sights set on Microsoft from a young age. She has persisted through years of male dominated workplaces and uses her voice to advocate for women in tech.
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Innovation, impact and inclusion: An insurance career that matters

Twenty years into a career spanning HR and innovation Fiona Macgregor meets us as Chief Technology and Innovation Officer in a sector you’d least expect: life insurance. Today, she’s a true advocate for D&I at TAL.
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Common themes to retain women in leadership

WORK180 is speeding up the process to eliminate workplace discrimination through our Executives Driving Gender Equality (EDGE) events, where we bring together great HR minds, to develop real solutions and activate strategies for change.
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Let’s talk about Diversity and Inclusion

"Watch this space as we continue to make progress to a more diverse and inclusive workplace." President & CEO Toyota Australia, Matthew Callachor.
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“If not, why not?” Driving inclusion and diversity in mining

South32’s Michelle Tracey is just getting on with it. The experienced engineering leader shares why she loves her current role and why she’s pushing harder on I&D than ever before.
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Staying in the Shade – A Career in Risk and People

Essential Energy’s Victoria Hogg is a technical, methodical introvert who’s stepping up as a people leader. She shares her story.
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