Endorsements and accreditations

Employers who are endorsed by WORK180, have often achieved endorsements and accreditations for other organisations.

WORK180 Endorsed Employer

The WORK180 badges provide employers with a way of clearly communicating to job seekers their commitment to supporting women in the workplace. The WORK180 Endorsed Employer Badge is awarded to employers following a review of their support for policies and benefits including flexible working opportunities and policies on paid parental leave. The Endorsement badge is our highest accreditation, giving women the confidence to apply for roles with your organisation knowing you are committed to the ongoing development of policies to support them

https://au.work180.co/employer-search

Flex Able Certification

The Flex Able Certification enables you to differentiate yourself from other employers. This annual evidence-based review ensures you have made the cultural, structural and technological changes necessary for genuine flexible work arrangements to flourish.

https://au.work180.co/flex-able-certification

Parental Support Accreditation

For those employers who are on the way to becoming a fully Endorsed Employer, the WORK180 Parental Support Badge shows candidates you are committed to supporting both women and men in starting or growing a family whilst having a career This badge helps candidates to apply for roles knowing you have parental support in place, attracting and retaining more women in your organisation.

https://au.work180.co/endorsement-glossary

Australian Workplace Equality Index

The AWEI stands as the definitive national benchmark on LGBTQ workplace inclusion and comprises the largest and only national employee survey designed to gauge the overall impact of inclusion initiatives on organisational culture as well as identifying and non-identifying employees. The Index drives best practice in Australia and sets a comparative benchmark for Australian employers across all sectors.

http://www.pid-awei.com.au/

Bloomberg Gender-Equity Index

The Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) tracks the financial performance of public companies committed to disclosing their efforts to support gender equality through policy development, representation and transparency.

https://www.bloomberg.com/gei/

Breast-Feeding Friendly Workplace

A diverse range of workplaces hold Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace Accreditation, from large organisations with thousands of employees and hundreds of sites, to smaller single site employers. Each has made a commitment to support their breastfeeding employees. Some overcome significant cultural challenges to create a supportive workplace. Many BFW companies have also been recognised as Employers of Choice though their family friendly workplace practices.

https://www.breastfeeding.asn.au/workplace/accredited

CareerSeekers

CareerSeekers is a non-profit organisation supporting Australia’s humanitarian entrants into professional careers. Our program provides in-depth preparation and support to both refugees and people seeking asylum who are either currently studying at university, or looking to restart their professional career in Australia.

https://www.careerseekers.org.au

Diversity Council Australia

Ericsson is a member of Diversity Council Australia (DCA). DCA is the independent not-for-profit peak body leading diversity and inclusion in the workplace. They provide unique research, inspiring events and programs, curated resources and expert advice across all diversity dimensions to a community of member organisations.

https://www.dca.org.au/

Grace Papers

Grace Papers is a social change business dedicated to empowering working parents and fighting for gender equality at home and in the workplace. Our signature resource/product is a digital platform that assists parents navigate their pregnancy transitions with confidence and flexibility. Our digital platform supports potential, new and seasoned parents to navigate the transitions, challenges, changes and triumphs of raising a family while keeping your career on track. Each step is complemented by relevant TED talks, articles, videos, lifestyle and professional development content.

https://www.gracepapers.com.au

Great Place to Work – Certified™

Ericsson Australia & New Zealand is officially Certified™ as a Great Place to Work. The Best Workplaces study, conducted by Great Place to Work Australia, measures the level of trust employees place in our organisation, from our people practices like hiring, inspiring, and recognition, to caring, listening and celebrating.

https://greatplacetowork.com.au/

Stillbirth Foundation Australia

The Stillbirth Foundation is Australia’s only charity dedicated to stillbirth research, education and advocacy. Employers registered with the Stillbirth Foundation recognise the importance of having inclusive parental leave policies and support available to people who experience stillbirth, as paramount to the wellbeing of not just employees, but to their families during such tragic circumstances.

https://stillbirthfoundation.org.au/

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) - Gold Member

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is a national, member-based organisation that supports employers to welcome people with disability as employees and customers. Our network of members comprises more than 250 organisations from the private, public and for-purpose sectors that in combination employ more than 1.6 million Australians. Members of the Network have a powerful role in contributing to an accessible and inclusive Australia where people with disability are valued as economic and social contributors. There’s much to be gained from the strength and experiences of the Network. We encourage all our members to take advantage of opportunities to connect, collaborate and build disability confidence.

https://www.and.org.au/pages/our-members.html

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) - Gold Member

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is a national, member-based organisation that supports employers to welcome people with disability as employees and customers. Our network of members comprises more than 250 organisations from the private, public and for-purpose sectors that in combination employ more than 1.6 million Australians. Members of the Network have a powerful role in contributing to an accessible and inclusive Australia where people with disability are valued as economic and social contributors. There’s much to be gained from the strength and experiences of the Network. We encourage all our members to take advantage of opportunities to connect, collaborate and build disability confidence.

https://www.and.org.au/pages/our-members.html

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) - Platinum Member

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is a national, member-based organisation that supports employers to welcome people with disability as employees and customers. Our network of members comprises more than 250 organisations from the private, public and for-purpose sectors that in combination employ more than 1.6 million Australians. Members of the Network have a powerful role in contributing to an accessible and inclusive Australia where people with disability are valued as economic and social contributors. There’s much to be gained from the strength and experiences of the Network. We encourage all our members to take advantage of opportunities to connect, collaborate and build disability confidence.

https://www.and.org.au/pages/our-members.html

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) - Silver Member

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is a national, member-based organisation that supports employers to welcome people with disability as employees and customers. Our network of members comprises more than 250 organisations from the private, public and for-purpose sectors that in combination employ more than 1.6 million Australians. Members of the Network have a powerful role in contributing to an accessible and inclusive Australia where people with disability are valued as economic and social contributors. There’s much to be gained from the strength and experiences of the Network. We encourage all our members to take advantage of opportunities to connect, collaborate and build disability confidence.

https://www.and.org.au/pages/our-members.html

Veterans Employment Commitment

Ericsson is a signatory to the Veterans Employment Commitment declaring that we value the skills and experience of ex-ADF members and will consider veterans for employment opportunities.

https://www.veteransemployment.gov.au/show-your-commitment/show-your-commitment

WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality

The WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation commenced in 2014 and is a leading practice recognition program that aims to encourage, recognise and promote active commitment to achieving gender equality in Australian workplaces. The citation is strategically aligned with the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 and recognises that gender equality is increasingly critical to an organisation’s success and is viewed as a baseline feature of well-managed and leading organisations. The citation’s seven focus areas cover leadership, strategy and accountability; developing a gender balanced workforce; gender pay equity; support for caring; mainstreaming flexible work; preventing gender-based harassment and discrimination, sexual harassment and bullying; and driving change beyond your workplace.

https://www.wgea.gov.au/leading-practice/employer-of-choice-for-gender-equality

White Ribbon Workplace Logo

The White Ribbon Workplace Accreditation Program is a program that engenders a whole of organisation commitment to stop violence against women, meeting 15 criteria under three standards to create a safer and more respectful workplace. It recognises workplaces that are taking active steps to stop violence against women, accrediting them as a White Ribbon Workplace.

https://www.whiteribbon.org.au/stop-violence-against-women/get-workplace-involved/workplace-accreditation/