Ms Galloway said WGHA advocates the business case that organisations that are inclusive of women and men at all management levels are more innovative, more productive, and deliver better financial performance.
A new Indeed report has found that almost half (46%) of workers in Australia claim that they either some, or all of the time, feel unable to be their true self at work showing there’s still work to be done in ensuring workplaces are truly diverse and inclusive to all.
Whether your business is just surviving or starting to rebound, having the ability to identify and retain good talent has never been more important.
Employees will respond differently to hybrid working and managers must learn the skills to inquire, be curious and ask questions.
By carefully planning and forecasting the upcoming months, asking yourself some crucial questions and answering them honestly and candidly, you’ll be able to assess the situation and hit the ground running, no matter what the coming months hold.
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Respondents delivered a resounding positive opinion that remote work is the future norm and now is the time for their employers to envisage a better way of working.
73 per cent believe their employers would be open to it, and 22 per cent have already been offered a work-from-home option.
COVID-19 has changed the Australian workforce forever and it is critical that the road to recovery is built on the right foundations.