Diversity Council Australia has today released responses to its pre-election survey about policies the major parties would be taking to the election that support diversity and inclusion in Australian workplaces.
Speech is a form of action. Whether we like it or not, our words have consequences. Inclusive language at work is needed now to shift thinking, change outdated workplace cultures, deliver better business outcomes and create a better society.
June is Pride Month, a chance to celebrate the rights of LGBTI+ people to reject discrimination, prejudice and violence. However, nearly 50 years since this began, these rights are not universally accepted as last Sunday's attack in Orlando has shown.
To help you get across the latest thinking and development on diversity and inclusion, we have handpicked a range of Australian and international research.
Diversity Council Australia has launched a new campaign to promote greater understanding of the role that language can play in workplace cultures and the benefits that can flow from more inclusive language.
#WordsAtWork is a new campaign created by DCA, in partnership with Aurecon, to promote greater understanding of the role that language can play in workplace cultures and the benefits that can flow from more inclusive language.
A report by KPMG for the ASX Corporate Governance Council released this week revealed that while an increasing number of entities are adopting diversity policies, very few have set quantitative targets for gender diversity and this is slowing progress.
Australia's premier diversity event, the DCA and NAB Annual Diversity Debate to be held on Tuesday 8 November in Sydney will feature a high profile line up of panelists debate the subject: "Is ‘engaging men’ the game changer for gender equality?"
The Australian Human Rights Commission has released the results of its landmark study entitled "Willing to Work: National inquiry into employment discrimination against older Australians and Australians with disability".
In this issue of ASK DCA we look at how you take your diversity and inclusion practice to the next level by establishing an effective diversity council.
Following the release of our ground-breaking research in October 2015, "Building Inclusion: An evidence-based model of inclusive leadership", DCA is delighted to announce a new knowledge program to assist leaders build inclusive workplaces.
CEOs and other leaders of some of Australia’s largest organisations this week met with David Morrison AO, DCA Chair and 2016 Australian of the Year, to discuss opportunities and challenges for D&I in the workplace.
CEOs and other leaders of some of Australia’s leading organisations today met with David Morrison AO, DCA Chair and 2016 Australian of the Year, to discuss opportunities and challenges for diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace.
On Harmony Day 2016, DCA looks at the lack of diversity in the upper echelons of Australian business and how we need to do more to realise the benefits of cultural diversity.
Women in the workplace are told that it’s our lack of confidence that’s keeping us from the corner office, the C-suite and the big bonuses. But will more confidence smash the glass ceiling and shrink the pay gap or is something else going on?
In the lead up to International Women’s Day on 8 March, DCA shines a spotlight on women and the ‘confidence gap’.
DCA members and friends joined us in Melbourne this week to explore how organisations can create more cancer-friendly workplaces.
In this issue of ASK DCA, we look at how you can get the most out of your D&I survey.
Diversity Council Australia congratulates Kate Jenkins for being appointed the new federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner.
Diversity Council Australia congratulated Chair of its Board, Lieutenant General (retired) David Morrison AO, for being awarded the prestigious title of Australian of the Year.