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Four steps to achieve greater organisational diversity and inclusion
Many organisations still struggle to solidify workplace cultures that are inclusive and embrace diversity. Here are four fundamental principles that guide the company’s approach to diversity.
Microsoft launches program to help people with disabilities excel in tech
Microsoft wants to help people with disabilities excel in their technology careers, which is why it has launched a first-of-its-kind pilot program to achieve those goals.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams – Aussie Broadband talks workplace diversity
In this interview, we speak with Aussie Broadband's general manager of corporate affairs, Janet Granger-Wilcox about workplace diversity and inclusion (D&I).
Okta forms inclusion council to reflect employee diversity
“The goal of the Inclusion Council is to ensure that the conversation and ownership of inclusion and belonging are even more deeply integrated within Okta’s business approach."
2020 Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Awards finalists announced
The Awards, which were established in 2015, recognise Hong Kong business’ efforts to promote LGBT+ equality and inclusion.
Avanade Australia receives gender equality citation
Avanade Australia says it is committed to promoting gender equality at the workplace and helping employees feel inspired, confident and cared for.
The few women in the boardroom outpace men for top spots - Diligent Institute report
Women board members take 6.31 years on average to be elevated to a leadership role, compared to 8.02 years for men.
IWD 2020 interview: Boomi's Tania Mushtaq
As a celebration of International Women’s Day, we’re running a series of interviews with women in technology. Boomi's APJ marketing director Tania Mushtaq shares her thoughts.
ANZ backs #LoveSpeech campaign to support LGBTIQ+ community
“Words do hurt”: That’s the message from Australia’s LGBTIQ+ community, of whom an overwhelming majority have been subjected to hurtful, homophobic or transphobic language.
Allen & Overy appoints five regional D&I partners
"As a firm we have made significant progress on our D&I agenda globally in recent years. To progress further, we need to ensure that our global policies are implemented through a local lens."
Have your say in the Annual NZ Workplace Diversity Survey
The annual New Zealand Workplace Diversity Survey will help to shape research on diversity issues and ways to support a more inclusive New Zealand.
Oracle staff condemn Larry Ellison's support for Donald Trump
More than 7000 Oracle employees and members of the public are asking Oracle to take a hard look at itself and its ‘commitment’ to diversity, ethics, and inclusion.
Global doors open for indigenous tech company
A new contract is a significant further step in the expansion of Warrgambi as an organisation founded on excellence in safety, quality, operations, staff development and social inclusiveness.
Vodafone New Zealand supports Pride Month 2020
“This Pride Month we are proud to share what we do all year round to make our company inclusive of all gender identities and sexualities in Aotearoa."
Culture Amp aims to advance inclusion in Singapore and APAC
Culture Amp has announced it will roll out its Diversity & Inclusion Starter Kit for free to all Singapore and APAC organisations.
Gartner’s nine UX trends for 2020
These digital experience trends fall within two broad categories – how digital technology is experienced and how digital experiences will be built.
Opinion: Balancing DX with diversity and inclusion
As the business landscape continues to quickly evolve, two concepts are becoming increasingly apparent and starting to intertwine.
Data shows women work harder than men in Australia
"Women are working harder than men and now appear to be the driving force behind corporate performance."
Interview: Vodafone's Kirstin Te Wao on workplace diversity & inclusion
"We want to start the discussion – Why is it that I have these stereotypes in my head that women should be at home and men are the breadwinners?"
Inclusive globalisation the next step for e-commerce
UNCTAD panel discusses challenges and possible solutions to including small and medium businesses in e-commerce opportunities worldwide.
Rethinking a core element of education: the space itself
"We want to explore what it means to create learning environments that are driven by our understanding of difference."