Diversity Council Australia (DCA) recognises Diageo's commitment to diversity and inclusion in Inclusion@YourWork Index


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Diageo Australia named in DCA’s workplace inclusion index

Diageo Australia named in DCA’s workplace inclusion index

 January 21, 2020

Diageo Australia is named in Diversity Council Australia's (DCA) Inclusion@YourWork Index thanks to its commitment to diversity and inclusion. 

As an officially recognized Inclusive Employer, Diageo Australia can measure workplace diversity and inclusion and its impact on employees, while also comparing findings to a DCA-Member Leading Practice Benchmark and a National Index Benchmark, which is created from a country-wide survey of 3000 Australian employees.

An active commitment to inclusion

Inclusion@YourWork is part of DCA's national Inclusion@Work Index, in partnership with Suncorp and Novartis, that is designed to map the state of inclusion in Australian companies over a period of time. The index examines the questions of:

  • how inclusive is the Australian workforce for a diversity of employees, and how has this changed over time?
  • what impact does inclusion have on performance and wellbeing?

Diageo diversity

Now part of the index, Diageo Australia must show that it is active and committed to inclusion by attaining results that supersede the National Index Benchmark on at least five out of six measures of: Awareness, Engagement, Inclusive Organisational Climate, Inclusive Leadership, Inclusive Team, and Exclusion.

Work for a company officially recognized for diversity efforts

Diageo's commitment to gender equality increases year by year - and now's a great time to join a progressive company leading the way for fairer representation in the industry.

If you want to make a difference in your career, learn more about Diageo's current vacancies and apply today.
 

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