A career sprint at Olympic Dam

Andrea Kean is a proud Nyoongar Whadjuk woman who has been taking leaps and bounds in her career since she joined BHP two years ago. With three children and a grandchild, flexibility has supported her strong ambitions to climb steeply.
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Episode Ten: Mental health at work with Camille Wilson

In Episode Ten of Equality Talks we discuss mental health at work with Camille Wilson.
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Staying grounded and down to earth

Faye van Wyk has always had a dream to fly. Literally. When she is not working as a Senior Manager at EY, she is clocking up hours at the nearest regional flying centre, and this passion has seen her career soar into global roles at EY.
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Saying yes to create a fulfilling career

Erin Gamble has never really planned her career, instead “just taking every opportunity that comes [her] way”. After more than a decade in the aviation industry, her attitude of saying yes has led her to join Splunk as a Customer Success Manager.
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CGI Careers: Having a hard drive to succeed

Carly Deason developed a love for IT at school, so it was a natural move to pursue it further at university. She shares with us her rewarding career at CGI, her tips for career success and the importance of workplace flexibility.
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Why and how leading employers are hiring ex-military personnel

Ex-military personnel over-index on sought after skills. Find out how your organisation can attract, nurture, and retain these valuable employees.
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My career post-military | Advice for thriving in a civilian job

Considering your post-military career? Here’s some first-hand advice from ex-forces personnel thriving in their new careers.
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Episode Nine: Tales from the trenches and gender equality with Somoud Al Masri

In Episode Nine of Equality Talks we discuss tales from the trenches and gender equality with Somoud Al Masri
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Weaving a career tapestry

Jen Beer has had an interesting and varied career, training as a vet, working in a not-for-profit, playing international sport, studying an MBA, working in telecommunications, then joining nbn in a role that brings together all the threads in her career.
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When work and life are all games

Gaming runs through Kayla Panozzo’s genes. Her whole family are devoted gamers, and now she is a Lead Software Engineer at Wargaming, who produce and design games played by millions across the world.
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Running into a world of opportunities

Tahnee Bensen’s love of sport drew her to a job running gyms and training sessions in FIFO mining villages, and that was the beginning of a completely different career path for her at Oz Minerals.
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Steps workplaces can take to fulfil the UN Sustainable Development Goals relating to Indigenous Peoples

To acknowledge NAIDOC week 2020, in collaboration with IWIMRA we developed a series of content to educate employers on how they can better understand and contribute to the success of Indigenous Peoples.
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Becoming a culturally safe organisation for Indigenous Peoples

From basic and small acts to wide impact initiatives, leading companies understand -both morally and economically- the importance of reconciliation for the First Nations Peoples, and are taking concrete actions.
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An olympic effort in IT

Playing professional sport taught Antoinette Caldwell about perseverance, dedication, being focused and hard work, and the lessons she learned went with her into her IT career, while she pursues new hobbies that help her think creatively.
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