We aim to cultivate an inclusive workplace, based on fairness and equity, which fosters the unique skills and talent of our people.
We undertake a range of activities to embed and progress a socially inclusive workplace including raising awareness and providing training programs in unconscious bias, equal employment opportunity, and anti-discrimination, bullying and harassment. We also use workforce reporting to track diversity participation.
We do not tolerate harassment, discrimination, bullying, vilification, occupational violence or victimisation on any grounds, whether by race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, religion, colour, national extraction, social origin, political opinion, family or carer’s responsibilities, or pregnancy.
This commitment is reinforced in our Code of Conduct and supported by a number of our policies including:
- Anti-Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination Policy: seeks to minimise the risk of bullying and discriminatory behaviour, and harassment in our workplaces
- Workplace Behaviour Policy: sets out the requirements of workplace behaviour across the Group
- Diversity & Social Inclusion Policy: outlines our commitment to diversity and inclusion
- Flexible Working Policy: outlines how to request a flexible working arrangement
- Parental Leave Policy: provides up to 16 weeks of primary carers leave and up to two weeks of partner leave
- Family and Domestic Violence Policy: provides employees up to 10 days paid leave in a 12-month period to deal with the impact of family and domestic violence.