Working from home has arguably been mainstreamed during COVID-19 in what could be seen as one of the greatest revolutions in the way we work in modern times. But has this new way of working resulted in improved performance and wellbeing? What has the pandemic taught us about what works and what doesn't when it comes to flexibility? Where does this leave those who can’t work from home?
A Voice to Parliament is a fair and practical way to deliver meaningful constitutional recognition and reform for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
This Webinar investigates what it means to be a man today and looks at how workplaces can actively model respect.
Family and domestic violence doesn’t discriminate. It exists across Australia, and happens across all diverse communities, socio-economic groups and cultural backgrounds.
‘Indigenous employment’ is a growing, vital area of focus within the employment and diversity, inclusion, and human resources landscapes but there are two glaring omissions – there is a notable lack of research that asks Indigenous people what they want and need from workplaces in order to flourish, and what is available has been primarily informed by non-Indigenous voices.
The notion of Australia being the land of the ‘fair go’ is deeply ingrained in Australia’s national psyche, but do we really all have the same opportunities? Does class make a difference to workplace inclusion?
This Webinar provides an update on our latest D&I research on Counting Culture and the DCA-Suncorp Inclusion@Work Index.
At this DCA webinar we investigate what mental health first aid is and how intervening and providing initial support for staff experiencing difficulties is critical, both for the individuals themselves and for the wider organisation.
This Webinar will look at Jumbunna's report on Accor's Aboriginal workforce and Indigenous engagement.
Adopting an intersectional approach to gender equality helps us understand how other diversity dimensions can overlap with gender to compound disadvantage and discrimination.
COVID-19 has caused a disturbing rise in racism against Asian Australians while the US Black Lives Matter movement has shone a light on the continued injustices and inequalities experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in our society.
At this event, DCA discussed the findings of our Out at Work research and explored the challenges and opportunities for greater LGBTIQ+ inclusion.
Post COVID-19, many workplaces are thinking about how they are going to organise and structure their work practices moving forward. Not since post war time have organisations had such an opportunity to revolutionise the way workplaces conduct their business.
At this webinar we looked at the impact of COVID-19 on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities from a health and economic perspective and we explored the impacts that its having on Indigenous people in their workplaces.
As restrictions start to ease and the economy responds, it’s timely consider what the workplace of the future will look like and importantly, how we can ensure that the road to recovery is inclusive. This webinar features a panel of industry and academic experts and practitioners who examined these issues .
DCA’s 2020 Annual General Meeting.
The number of domestic and family violence victims seeking urgent assistance during the COVID-19 lockdown has increased as many are isolated at home with their perpetrators.
This Diversity Leadership Program event explores the phenomenon of diversity fatigue and how D&I practitioners can counter it.
DCA and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commissioner Kristen Hilton explore multi-faith inclusion at work.
As COVID-19 continues to impact people’s health, wellbeing and livelihoods across the globe, staying mentally healthy is a huge challenge, especially given the changes to our everyday lives and onslaught of negative daily news.