AECOM’s Matthew MacFarlane – Group Director, Environment – recently wrote about the importance of women’s contributions and his hopes for his own daughters’ futures.
FlexCareers is incredibly excited to continue partnering with global infrastructure firm AECOM after they launched an industry-first, term-time only contracts for working parents in 2017!
Managers at Stockland establish flexibiliy as a norm for their teams. Learn more about Group Risk Officer Pennie’s experiences at Stockland.
We’re proud to welcome passenger transportation world leader Transdev to our network of progressive employers. Transdev employs 82,000 people in 20 countries, and over 5,800 across Australia and New Zealand. They deliver over 150 million customer journeys each year in our two countries.
Schneider Electric has been one of our employer partners since April 2018, and it’s time we celebrate their success. We’re incredibly proud to work with such a great organisation and promote their flexible opportunities to our community!
People think that a career break will jeopardise their future career prospects, however it could work to your advantage if you know how to address the gaps.
A dream life is different for everyone. In Part 1 of the Living the Dream: Flexible working, Integrated life blog series, FlexCoaches Debra Close and Kate Wilkie will guide you to discovering what “living the dream” means for you.
Discover key insights as our CEO Natalie Goldman and Partner Ariane Virtue talk about the state of flexibility and their predictions for 2019.
Goal setting is a great way to start the year, planning ahead and working out what you want is easy with these tips from FlexCoach Casey Ball.
FlexCoach Casey Ball shares her tips to help you come out the other side of being made redundant.
Follow these tips to help you make the transition from holiday routine back to school routine. Forward planning helps us in the workplace and at home.
Nichola Miles, Customer Support and Innovation Manager at AGL Energy, shares her experience taking a seven-month career break to establish a productive garden on her 14-acre property in Victoria. My day-to-day role has great variety. My teams and I have the pleasure of managing customer enquiries for non-standard AGL products and services, such as the Virtual…
I was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) five years ago. Beca gave me the opportunity to remain in my current role with no changes other than more flexible hours and less travel. What do you do when someone blows your mind away by telling you that you have an incurable disease that will change your…
Community member Fiona debunks the ‘Superwoman’ myth and lays bare the reality for many of us.
FlexCoach Julie Lines shares her tips to find your ‘WHY’.
According to my mother, I was destined to become a CEO. Not just because she is a feminist and held high ambitions for her only child, who happened to be a girl. But because of the constant feedback she received from my pre-school explaining how bossy I was in organising the other kids in the…
It is so exciting to read change is happening in Australian workplaces. FlexCareers is a WGEA (Workplace Gender Equality Agency) Pay Equity Offical Supporter and now they published their latest gender equality scorecard the numbers are looking promising. Accumulating 5 years of data from the private sector, the scorecard is showing employer action to increase gender…
FlexCareers welcomes Vector, a New Zealand energy company that’s challenging and reinventing the way communities and businesses are powered and connected. About Vector Vector is New Zealand’s largest distributor of electricity and gas, owning and operating networks which span the Auckland region. Vector has just under 800 staff and employs more than 1,000 contractors. The…
‘We can reframe the situation of our overloaded days to be opportunities, and use specific skills to manage and cope. Therefore, leaving us to get everything done without sacrificing our wellbeing.” Follow Shannon’s steps.
We love sharing our community member’s stories. Story telling and sharing remind us we are all human, and we all go through experiences through our lives. It is an opportunity to share and learn from each other by way of those lived experiences.