EY is well-known as a progressive and flexible employer, and we’re proud to share stories from the employees that are benefiting from the many flexible work arrangements at EY. Hear from Julian Tai, a Director at EY, on how he works flexibly: I started with EY Melbourne as a Vacationer in our Assurance practice back…
We’re proud to partner with CSL, the organisation that’s manufacturing the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in Australia. We spoke to Monika Goretzki, the Director for Operational Excellence at CSL Behring at Broadmeadows about what it’s like to work flexibly where the vaccine is produced. Tell us about your role at CSL Behring, and brief history at…
To find out more about what it’s like to work at Eclipx, we interviewed Deborah, a Finance Manager for the Group. Learn more about what she does and the positive impact that working flexibly has on her.
The way we work in 2021 will be different to anything we’ve seen before. Here’s how our CEO Joel McInnes sees it.
Tresillian and FlexCareers are delighted to announce a new partnership that will be a significant addition to FlexCareers’ successful Return To Work program, supporting working parents through their parental leave and enabling employers to better support their employees.
If you’ve noticed that the way you tackle your working day has seen some adjustments during 2020, you might be interested in the theory of integrators and segmentors, and how these personality types typically function in the traditional – and the “new normal” – office environment.
Ever thought about working at a bank but suspected your architecture degree wouldn’t land you the role? CommBank caught up with four of their people to find out how their different backgrounds led them to working at CommBank: “I love being the connector between our people and the community. Our people are able to realise…
And why we all need to create a strategic career plan over the summer… Every month, the ABS issues a report card on the labour market, and this month’s report for November showed an incredible improvement in conditions. All of the numbers beat expectations: The unemployment rate fell to 6.8% New jobs created smashed expectations at +90k…
We’re finally into November, but 2020 has been… umm… 2020. And in nearly every conversation I’ve had with my friends, family and coaching clients in recent weeks and months, we’ve touched on disbelief around what we’ve lived through, and how we’ve coped. A consistent theme that keeps popping up in my conversations is how many of us can succumb to the lures of “thinking traps”.
Video conferencing has removed many of the challenges women encounter at the workplace and looks set to permanently alter gender roles for the better.
Read the employee wellbeing team’s best tips for prioritising and maintaining mental health and wellbeing.
FlexCareers is excited to announce our new partnership with CSL to bring you more flexible jobs with a progressive employer in the biotechnology sector.
We want to welcome our newest employer partner, Zenitas! We’re proud to bring more flexible opportunities within the healthcare sector to our community.
Almost two decades after initially joining Macquarie, Maria Vojetta re-joined in a very different role than the one she started in.
Flexibility is one of three pillars we are focused on to build a diverse and inclusive workforce, including different genders, people of different cultures, across all generations and at all stages of people’s careers. By making flexible work the norm, all diverse groups benefit.
With remote-work and social distancing becoming the new normal, onboarding new employees means re-thinking your company’s onboarding and training processes.
In 2017, Westpac Group introduced a dedicated Tailored Talent Autism Hiring Program to turn the traditional recruitment process on its head.
Some forms of flexible working have been available at Nestlé for years. But in 2017, we simplified our approach to making flexible working more accessible to more employees.
Flexible working has been a critical focus at EY for many years and we are proud of the progress we have made. At the end of 2019, 27% of our people in Oceania used informal flexibility regularly and 45% occasionally.
I like to think of myself as independent. Chances are, you’d say the same about yourself. It’s a positive attribute: to be able to manage one’s own interests, work and lifestyle without too many outside influences or reliance on those around you.
But when you’re co-parenting, it’s okay to be interdependent.