Research from the Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing and Research points towards a simple framework that could guide organisations in adapting their strategies to meet the challenges of an ageing and age diverse workforce.
DCA has made a submission in response to the Senate Select Committee on Work and Care inquiry.
At DCA we are calling the Jobs and Skills summit the D&I Summit, because D&I sits at the core of the priorities.
In this submission, we outline what our research says about the experiences of Australian workers from a diversity of backgrounds, and offer evidence-based solutions to create inclusive workplaces.
Why it is important to consider the role of the corporate sector in creating inclusive opportunities for welcoming and settling refugees.
The assumption that Australia is the land of the ‘fair go’, a classless society of equals, is deeply ingrained in our national psyche. Yet, class is something we rarely talk about.
Each Federal Election, Diversity Council Australia writes to both major parties to ask them to respond to a series of questions, based on DCA’s research, about where they stand on key issues of diversity and inclusion affecting Australian workplaces.
Marking Mother’s Day from diverse perspectives
DCA recently welcomed their newest member. Meet them here ...
A look at AI - and its risk/rewards - in recruitment.
By participating in DCA’s Inclusive Employer Index, RAM was able to make D&I more structured and scalable. Read more.
DCA supports religious discrimination protections consistent with other anti-discrimination laws and will continue to proactively work with employers to create workplaces where someone's faith (or no faith) is respected and afforded the same dignity as other identity attributes.
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.
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.
CommBank’s age and life stage employee network – called AdvantAge.
Political unrest in the US, compounded by the raging pandemic, has ensured that 2021’s coverage has been plagued by many of the same words that dominated headlines last year: Protest. Tribalism. Fear.
According to DCA's CEO, Lisa Annese, we need to measure class, so we can understand how class impacts our experiences of work and why. And we need to ensure that organisational initiatives reach and positively impact people from all classes.
NAB’s African Australian Inclusion Program provides six months of work experience, to help people find meaningful employment.