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Beyond Diversity Towards Inclusion Inclusion occurs when a diversity of people (e.g. of different ages, cultural backgrounds, genders) feel valued and respected, have access to opportunities and resources, and can contribute their perspectives and talents to improve their organisation. Inclusion...
The business benefits for achieving gender equity in the workplace are well documented by both research organisations, government and by leading practice employers. In this section, you will find the following resources to help you manage this important diversity dimension.
Today's workforce comprises people from all manner of cultural, ethnic, religious and national backgrounds and identities. Cultural diversity, cultural capability, and global experience in senior executive ranks are increasingly being recognised as valuable sought after assets. A culturally...
Employing people with disability is not just about “doing the right thing”; it makes good business sense, economically as well as in terms of corporate reputation. 
The ageing of Australia’s population will see the number of people aged 65 to 84 years more than double and the number of people 85 years and over more than quadruple. The rapidly growing group of mature age Australians will represent a key group of potential workers with which to respond to the...
Attracting and retaining Indigenous Australians makes good business sense - they represent a young, enthusiastic and growing talent pool as well as market for your organisation’s products or services. In this section, you will find the following resources to help you manage this important aspect of...
Building an inclusive workplace for LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) employees in your workplace is a litmus test for leading D&I practice in Australia. In this section, you will find the following resources to help you manage this important aspect of diversity:
Adopting a flexible approach to work will assist in attracting and retaining talent in a diverse workforce. In this section, you will find the following resources to help you successfuly implement flexible working and other work-life initiatives.
The magnitude of the problem of family and domestic violence in Australia has only become part of our collective consciousness in recent years. With this realisation has come acknowledgement that society at large must work together to address this crisis.  Employers can play a significant role...
In any one year, around one million Australian adults have depression, and more than 2 million have anxiety. Untreated mental health conditions cost Australian employers $10.9 billion every year through absenteeism, reduced productivity and compensation claims.