Racism at Work is an evidence-based organisational framework for anti-racism action to help Australian businesses effectively address racism.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can be an efficient tool for recruiting, but a diversity and inclusion lens is necessary to reduce bias rather than amplify it.
Proposed religious discrimination legislation in its current form would prevent employers from fostering inclusive workplaces.
With workforces around the world experiencing labour shortages as part of the post-pandemic ‘Great Resignation’, there is an urgent need for employers to focus on building workplaces that will retain staff and satisfy employees’ desire for more fulfilling, flexible work lives.
Diversity Council Australia is thrilled to announce the appointment of experienced HR exec, Chris Lamb, as the new Deputy Chair of the Board.
DCA is disappointed about the omission of questions relating to sexual orientation, gender identity and variations of sex characteristics in this year’s Census. “The Census is an incredibly important tool for providing information to support the planning, administration and policy development activities of governments, business and other users,” said Lisa Annese, DCA CEO.
DCA is excited to announce the new Chairperson of our Board of Directors, Ming Long AM.
The Gari Yala survey aims to be a voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers, capturing the truth on workplace cultural safety, inclusion and exclusion/racism.
Diversity Council Australia (DCA) has officially announced its support of the Uluru Statement from the Heart campaign to secure constitutional recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.