Today is Australia’s inaugural Flexible Working Day and a great time to have a conversation about why this is so important. What is flexibility? Flexible working simply refers to better meeting the needs of individual employees by being flexible with where and when they carry out their work. While lots of the literature about Flexible Working…
As part of our support for Flexible Working Day 2017, FlexCareers will be showcasing some of the great work our clients in New Zealand are doing with regards to flexibility, and their commitment to offering flexible working arrangements as part of a broader strategy to increasing female participation in the workforce at leadership level. New Zealand…
FlexCareers this week welcome Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy & Fertilisers (WesCEF) to our community of progressive employers. There are many reasons why FlexCareers is excited to partner with WesCEF – find out more here.
Good things come when professional women are given the opportunity and structured support to balance their family and work commitments.
As we head towards the opening of applications for Deloitte’s Return to Work program at the end of February, here is a bit more information on what it’s really like to work flexibly for Deloitte
Resolutions aren’t just for New Year’s Eve! Donna McLeod, Senior Manager – Talent Acquisition for Deloitte Australia on the importance of taking a break to step back and refocus, in order to achieve balance and forward motion.
Like many of you, I have a family and I have a career. The two are integral to my self-identity and I have learned lessons as a parent that no amount of time in the office could possibly have taught me.
Enough is enough – let’s make 2017 the year that pregnant women stop getting fired! FlexCareers Chairwoman Rhonda Brighton-Halls open letter to Australian CEO’s and some sobering facts you should know.
How do we really get flexibility rolling?
More than half of Australian women have been discriminated against in the workplace for being a mum, a study has shown.