Workers are looking for careers that they can fit around their schedule – AGL recognises the necessity of a work-life balance, and promotes flexibility.
ANZ today announced a new ‘loyalty leave’ which will offer staff five weeks’ paid annual leave, placing it in a market-leading position compared to other major Australian companies.
‘Flexibility for any reason or no reason at all’ is the way Macquarie’s Banking and Financial Services group operates.
In celebration of Flexible Working Day and helping to spread the benefits of flex, Kellogg’s shares their experience from building and embedding the new ‘flex’ way of working, as well as the early benefits (and learnings) for the business from empowering their employees to work in a way that allows them to deliver their best work.
Working flexibly is all about people working in ways that allow them to achieve their best. That’s why CommBank supports innovative and diverse working arrangements – from job share to part-time to work from home and everything in between.
To celebrate Flexible Working Day 2019, we turn the spotlight to our employer partners leading the way in flexibility. The following article has been submitted to us by Stockland: Our flexibility strategy focuses on making flexibility business as usual. Our workplace practices and leave policies seek to foster a flexible working environment. Work-life balance commitments…
Viva Energy’s Commercial Manager Vanessa believes that flexibility policies will extend her longevity and improve her performance at the refinery.
To celebrate Flexible Working Day 2019, we turn the spotlight to our employer partners leading the way in flexibility. Ally Paine, Senior Quantity Surveyor in AECOM’s Wellington office, has recently returned from three months of paid parental leave to care for his daughter, Olive – a benefit on offer to all AECOM team members (after…
To get the best work-life integration, we must understand what it is we value in each of our roles and stay true to that.
Each of us has dreams for our career and for our life. In Part 2 of the Living the Dream: Flexible working, Integrated life blog series, FlexCoaches Kate Wilkie and Debra Close will show you how identifying and effectively using your performance strengths will both energise you and see you achieving your career goals!!
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.