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.
We’re excited to welcome our newest FlexCoach: Linda Assaf! Linda has joined the talented group of career coaches who can help you advance in your career, grow your confidence, and more. Each month they provide us with some of their best tips and advice either on our blog or social media channels.
This series is a space to share real life career switches. These are the stories of people who have had the courage and creativity to turn left or to create a new career path. It’s a space to focus on the skills you’ll need to open new doors and what it is really like to navigate taking the plunge into a new career.
We are excited by the possibilities of true flexible work and what it means for our roles, families, and whole lives. At South East Water, we offer a variety of flexible work arrangements to help employees achieve work-life integration. FlexCareers worked with South East Water to help train leaders in flexibility and implement flexible working…
We’ve welcomed a new FlexCoach on board and can’t wait to share her expertise with you! Our FlexCoaches can help you with any number of career and work-life questions and situations, and each month they share some of their best tips with you through blogs and videos.
Working through a global pandemic has at times been difficult and challenging, but CommBank employees have done done so with amazing grace and enthusiasm. Below, some employees share how they’re overcoming challenges and finding new opportunities with the support of great teams and colelagues.
The FlexReady certification enables businesses to signal to both candidates and current employees that they are embrace flexibility, and that individuals can have a conversation without bias to outline exactly what flexibility they need to make work ‘work’ for them
BHP, a leading global resources company, has partnered with FlexCareers to advertise a number of their flexible opportunities to our community.
BHP has an aspiration of achieving gender balance and 8% indigenous participation across their organisation by 2025, and BHP is committed to fostering a culture where its employees can bring their whole self to work.
One of the major themes from the Prime Minister’s office throughout the COVID-19 pandemic is: ‘try to find a way to work together’. As more and more employees start to return to their usual workplaces and ‘return to normal’ it’s clear that employees and employers alike are going to be required to take heed of this advice, perhaps even more so than ever.
The rate of change in business today is unlike any we’ve ever seen. Industries across the world are facing disruption on an unprecedented scale. Rapid advancements in technology and globalisation are enabling new online business models to thrive, disrupting existing markets by driving down costs and displacing established market-leaders.
Across each of our localities, it has raised important questions about the future of work and challenged the way we think about traditional ways of working.
Join Joel, co-founder of FlexCareers, as he hosts Susie Mogg, Founder & CEO of Resilience in Kids.
We wanted to take stock and share our learnings over the last weeks on how we have seen leaders react to the crisis. It’s been a essentially a beautiful response to see CEO’s leaning in with empathy and compassion.
Your employer brand has always been paramount to ensure that your organisation can positively influence decisions the people make about you.
However, what do you do when all the normal rules have gone out the window and pay cuts, temporary and permanent redundancies, isolation and confusion reign?
We’ve seen articles written about what job seekers should expect during this crisis, however this is a reminder that candidates are human and need to be treated as such, especially in difficult circumstances.
And the number one thing that candidates want right now is…
Dear CEOs, Over the weekend, ScoMo asked you to start preparing your workplace to open again, and now the QLD Premier talk about easing restrictions. It’s great news, and although no-one is getting complacent, we’re at the first stage of what will hopefully be a swift-ish move back to the new normal. In about a…
With deep experience in the HR space as well as at an individual level, Viren has really valuable insight to get ahead.
What FlexCareers employer partners are doing to through COVID-19 to build better, sustainable working practices post crisis.
In only a matter of weeks, working from home has become the new normal for many – but life is now far from normal. And after an initial phase of rapid adjustment – and for those of us who still have a job – the reality of this new way of working is beginning to sink in. During what we’re now calling Phase Two of remote working during the COVID-19 crisis, we need to reset expectations and examine how wellness will play a major role in maintaining performance throughout this period.