The 120 employers that received the gender equality approval stamp

The 120 employers that received the gender equality approval stamp

120 organisations have received an employer of choice stamp of approval from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) today.

That’s a record and according to WGEA, the large volume indicates that Australian employers are increasingly recognising the benefits of improving gender equality in workplaces.

WGEA said this year’s key trends among recipients include seeing flexible work entrenched across organisations, leadership programs, tailored parental leave programs and analysis of gender pay gaps.

Interestingly, it also cited a trend in seeing more employers aiming to support men’s caring responsibilities.
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The 2018 list is wide ranging and includes professional services firms, large organisations including universities and banks, and organisations across male and female-dominated industries.

A voluntary process, the evolving criteria for the EOCGE citation covers leadership, targets for improved gender equality outcomes, learning and development, gender pay gap analysis, flexible working and family friendly policies, employee consultation, and preventing sex-based harassment and discrimination.

The list of employers this year:

Accenture Australia Ltd
AECOM Australia Pty Ltd
Alcoa of Australia Limited
Allens
Allianz Australia Services Pty Limited
American Express Australia Limited
AMP Limited ARC@UNSW Limited
Arcadis Australia Pacific Pty Ltd
Arup Pty Limited
Ashurst Australia
ASX Limited
Aurecon Australasia Pty Ltd
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited
Australian Catholic University Ltd
AustralianSuper
Avenade P/L
B & McK Services Trust
Baker & McKenzie
Bankwest
Baxter Healthcare Pty Ltd
Becton Dickinson Pty Ltd
Benetas
BP Australia
Brightside
Caltex Australia Limited
carsales.com Limited
Cbus Super
Challenger Limited
Clayton Utz
Cognizant Technology Solutions Australia
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Credit Union Australia Ltd
Curtin University
Deakin University
Deloitte Australia
Dexus
DLA Piper Australia
Dow Chemical (Australia) Pty. Ltd.
ECU
EY
First State Super
Genworth
GHD
Gilbert + Tobin
GM Holden
Griffith University
HESTA
Herbert Smith Freehills
Holding Redlich
HSBC Bank Australia
Jacobs Group (Australia) Pty Ltd
Johnson & Johnson
K&L Gates
King & Wood Mallesons
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd
KPMG Australia
La Trobe University
Lauriston Girls’ School
LendLease Corporation Limited
Lion
Little Company of Mary Healthcare Limited
Maddocks
Maurice Blackburn
McCullough Robertson Lawyers
McKinsey & Company
Medibank
Mercedes-Benz Australia Pacific Pty Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Australia Pty Ltd
MSD
Mercy Health
MinterEllison
Mirvac Limited
Monash University
My Pathway
National Australia Bank Limited
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Origin Energy Limited
Palace Cinemas
Peoplebank Australia Ltd
PepsiCo
Perpetual Ltd
Philip Morris Limited
Philips Electronics Australia Limited
PPG Industries
PwC Australia
Queensland Country Credit Union Limited
Queensland University of Technology
RB (Australia) Pty Ltd
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Russell Kennedy Lawyers
SAP Australia Pty Ltd
Scentre Group
St
Barbara Limited Stockland
Suncorp Group Limited
Swinburne University of Technology
Tabcorp Assets Pty Ltd
TAL
Teachers Health
Teachers Mutual Bank Limited
Telstra Corporation Limited
The GPT Group
The Law Society of New South Wales
The University of Newcastle
ThoughtWorks Australia Pty Ltd
Transurban Limited
UBS AG, Australia Branch
Unilever Australia Ltd
University of Canberra
University of Southern Queensland
University of Technology Sydney
University of Wollongong
UOW Enterprises
Viva Energy Australia Pty Ltd
VMware Australia Pty Ltd
Western Sydney University
Westpac Group
YWCA Canberra

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