LinkedIn Top Companies list recognises AND Members
Fri 4 May 2018
Congratulations to 15 Australian Network on Disability (AND) Members recognised in LinkedIn’s 2018 Top Companies list. Representing the top 25 companies where Australian professionals most want to work, we’re proud to be part of such a strong network of organisations that have shown a commitment to diversity, wellness and inclusion.
The Top Companies list is based on the billions of actions taken by LinkedIn members and looks at four main pillars: interest in the company, engagement with the company’s employees, job demand and employee retention.
As an organisation that supports its members to attract and retain employees with disability, we see firsthand the benefits that come from an open commitment to diversity and initiatives that promote a mentally healthy, safe and inclusive workplace culture.
AND Members recognised in the list include:
- ANZ: Recognised for hiring interns with disability, providing traineeships for Indigenous students and employment programs to upskill refugees and asylum seekers, its gender equality efforts, and its support of LGBTI people.
- KPMG Australia: Recognised for prioritising wellness, mental health and work flexibility.
- EY: Recognised for its access to wellbeing initiatives, onsite wellness centres and flexibility.
- National Australia Bank: Recognised for its staff volunteering target, with a special mention for its partnership with Special Olympics Australia for its 2018 Special Olympics National Games.
- Macquarie Group: Recognised for its wellness and parental perks and Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives.
- Westpac Group: Recognised for population parity for Indigenous employees.
- Commonwealth Bank: Recognised for its staff financial wellbeing program, with a special mention for gender equality.
- Lendlease: Recognised for its significant employment opportunities, with a special mention for giving staff an extra ‘wellbeing leave’ day each quarter.
- Qantas: Recognised for its employees’ length of service, gender parity initiative for pilot cadets and 96% retention rate for women returning from parental leave.
- Deloitte Australia: Applauded for looking at the ‘big issues’, such as environmental initiatives, with a special mention for its parental leave scheme and return to work program.
- Telstra: Recognised for its gender parity targets and overseas career opportunities.
- PwC Australia: Recognised for its overseas career opportunities, with a special mention for its parental leave scheme.
- Optus: Recognised for its onsite lifestyle and health services.
- Accenture: Recognised for its professional development opportunities and global innovation.
- BHP: Recognised for its future focus and digital innovation.
View the full list of LinkedIn’s 2018 Top Companies.