2022 is an important year for cultural allyship. Read how and why.
A case study on how ANZ elevated their focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inclusion from theory to practice and implemented change that really works.
DCA has made a submission in response to the Inquiry into the Religious Discrimination Bill 2021 and related bills.
Diversity Council Australia’s new research shows that inclusion may be exactly what Australia needs to safeguard our economy, our national prosperity, and indeed our ability to thrive in the challenging times ahead.
Are you accessible as a workplace? If not, why not? Read more to get up to speed.
There is a fantastic untapped talent pool of job seekers looking for the opportunity to be employed
With caste-based discrimination becoming more apparent in organisations, employers should be concerned and aware. Read more ...
DCA has made a submission in response to the review of the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012
As workplaces become more inclusive and family-friendly, there is still a very large group of people who remain unseen.
Some people have gone so far as to suggest that workplace policies that ask people to be vaccinated before they return to the office are a form of discrimination against the unvaccinated. And it’s this claim that I think we need to address, and to explain why this is not the case.
In the wake of the tragic killing of George Floyd in May 2020, Herbert Smith Freehills’ CEO and the broader leadership team began a deeper conversation with their people about improving ethnic diversity across the firm.
If employers ask Are You Ok, they must be equipped to deal with the answer.
Glen Hare talks about what Wear it Purple 2021 means to him
Workplace-driven solutions are key to improving the stories of Australian Muslims.
DCA has made a submission in response to the Sex Discrimination and Fair Work (Respect at Work) Amendment Bill 2021 which implements many of the recommendations from the Respect@Work report.
DCA Member Relations Admin Coordinator Tara Somerville shares what it means to get it right – and wrong – with trans and non-binary employees.
By Professor Deen Sanders. Professor Sanders says every person benefits from living in better relationship with their community and country. So how do we do that in the context of the present day workplace?
John Paul Janke has always had a special connection to NAIDOC Week; here, he shares what this week means to him.
In 2021 the theme for NAIDOC Week (4-11 July) is – Heal Country. It's a call for all Australians to protect our land and cultural heritage.
What does it mean for an organisation to be TRULY family friendly?