Winning with a growth mindset - EY

Announcing a pregnancy to your boss can be nerve-racking. But not for Alison Coutts who works as a Director at Ernst & Young, Australia and was promoted to Director just weeks after giving birth.
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Reading and resources: Find the facts about diversity in the workplace

Use WORK180’s up-to-date reading and resources list to find facts about diversity in the workplace, and data to support your inclusion and equity initiatives.
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From a playground sandpit to an open pit mine - BHP

Karen Hogan’s career change is the perfect example to show anything is possible at any age. After two decades in the childcare industry, Karen transitioned to Trainee Production Technician at BHP four years ago, and is thriving in her new career.
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An engine room for continuous improvement - Toyota

Jack Hobbs has been driving gender equality since the start of his university education. Now the General Manager of National Sales at Toyota Motor Corporation Australia, he shares his rewarding career journey and reflections on gender equality.
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Flexible working policies: best and next practices for employers to follow

Find out the important elements your flexible working policy needs to attract, retain, and nurture a diverse range of talented candidates.
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Game changers: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives creating better career opportunities

Legitimate DEI in the workplace demands commitment. These organisations are leading the change by introducing progressive diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives to make opportunities more accessible to women and people from underrepresented groups.
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Announcement: We’re making our commitment to ALL women even clearer

Find out why and how WORK180 will be making our commitment to improving the working lives of ALL women even clearer.
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Building a career through innovation

“WesTrac offered me a sponsorship and this role changed my entire career and personal life in the most positive way!” Anna Leite came to Australia for what was meant to be two years, fell in love with the country and never left!
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A flexible career in a business critical role

Natalie Ayoub has been with Ericsson for eight years as a Commercial Manager and is living proof that flexibility and taking time out for family benefits any career, including getting a promotion.
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Choose to Challenge

Choosing to challenge is all about standing up for what you believe and creating a more equitable world and workplace. This is how Programmed choose to challenge.
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How to create a career you care about

Emergency services bring together the communities they serve. The first female appointed to Assistant Commissioner in QFES, Joanne Greenfield, spoke to us about their changing culture and how meaningful her work is.
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How to succeed in IT

IT has traditionally been seen as a male dominated area, but QSuper know that enabling women to thrive in IT brings in more diversity of thought and makes individuals, teams and the organisation itself more successful.
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A grad role where the sky is the limit

Tanya Sidana started at UGL while still at university and is now in their graduate program. She shares what she loves most about working at UGL and why we all need to set the bar high in our careers.
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Never stop learning. Never stop growing.

Rhea Neill, now a Customer Service Manager, grew up at BOC. Starting at the company as a teen, she moved her way up into senior management positions. Twenty years on, Rhea says it’s the amazing people and customers that make her career so rewarding.
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