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Dr Jane O'Leary (00:00):

Well, for me, diversity in the workplace is really the mix of people in your organization. And so in that sense, diversity is all the ways that we differ between ourselves. And that may be your Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background. It may be your age, it may be your caring responsibilities, your class, your cultural background, your disability status, your gender, your sexual orientation, all these things. All these aspects come together in a unique way for each of us, and they influence how we show up at work and how we see ourselves and how others see us.

Culturally and Racially Marginalised Women in Leadership

This ground-breaking new report re-examines the state of play for culturally and racially marginalised (CARM) women in leadership, focusing on how the intersections of two key marginalising characteristics - race and gender - are still operating in workplaces to lock CARM women out of leadership.
Inclusive Artificial Intelligence at Work in Recruitment

Inclusive Artificial Intelligence at Work in Recruitment

Did you know that people fall very clearly into one of two camps when it comes to the use of AI tools in recruitment in Australia - the converted or the cautious. That is just one of the things we've discovered as we come to the end of Stage 2 of our industry research on the growing use of artificial intelligence in recruitment.

Inclusive Recruitment At Work

DCA’s Inclusive Recruitment project is a response to the uncommon times Australia finds itself in - 31% of Australian organisations say they can't find workers to fill jobs and 3 million Australians are looking for work or want more work. These people are capable, talented, and willing but overlooked by employers. Australian organisations need to diversify who and how they hire if they are to meet their workforce needs – tapping into pools of talent typically left off their recruitment radars.
Racism at Work: How Organisations Can Stand Up to and End Workplace Racism

Racism at Work

DCA partnered with sponsors, ARUP, Diageo, IKEA Australia, QBE, and Relationships Australia NSW, to create Racism at Work, an evidence-based organisational framework for anti-racism action to help Australian businesses effectively address racism.

She's Price(d)less - 2022 update report

She’s Price(d)less is the fourth in a series of reports that uses econometric modelling applied to data from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey to unpack the factors that contribute to the gender pay gap.
Inclusion@Work Index 2021-2022 - Australian business case for inclusion

[email protected] Index 2021-2022

The 2021-2022 [email protected] Index maps the state of inclusion in Australian organisations and provides the Australian business case for inclusion.

Mapping the State of Inclusion and Mental Health in the Australian Workforce

The research draws on the findings of DCA’s [email protected] Index 2021-2022 to explore the link between inclusion and mental health.
D&I 101: Collecting a Diversity Survey

D&I 101: Collecting Diversity Data

Whether you are looking at collecting diversity data from scratch or updating your existing data, DCA’s updated D&I 101: Collecting Diversity Data guide outlines the leading principles for undertaking respectful and inclusive diversity data collection in order to obtain genuine, meaningful data.