NDY has been recognized for its commitment – and proactive contribution to gender diversity – one of only 141 organisations within Australia to have been awarded this citation.
Fowler is very pleased to see that these initiatives have been “welcomed by our people with a significant uptake in staff being able to work more flexibly, and purchase additional leave, to balance work and personal life. Since launch, nearly 10% of our Australian employee population have started a new formal flexible work arrangement and 8% of our global employee base purchased additional leave.”
NDY continues its focus on building a more gender equal organisation through initiatives like promoting and celebrating IWD, INWED, increasing its technical female intake (especially through the graduate pipeline), and promoting STEM participation through all levels of education.
“I’m so pleased that our genuine efforts and commitment have been recognized by this Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation,” says Fowler. “This is something we can all be proud of in contributing to gender equality and continues to strengthen our Employee Value Proposition.”
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