Embracing a diverse and inclusive culture

True to our Guiding Principles, we are humble and act with moral and intellectual integrity, keep our word, treat everyone with respect, support our colleagues, and embrace diversity.

On our journey to becoming one of the best consultancies in the world, we are equipping our leaders in all regions and cultures with strategic understanding and management skills to celebrate and maximise the diversity we have in our workforce.
Robert Ouellette Chief Corporate Services Officer

Our Approach

We are a diverse people business, proud to be working for a wide variety of clients. We are committed to building an inclusive culture that respects and maximises the contribution of all our employees.

 

Our intent is to:

  • Ensure fair and equal treatment of employees
  • Embed a culture of diversity and inclusion globally
  • Provide employees with the best opportunities to fulfill their potential
  • Respect and protect human rights of employees and contractors

 

A Global Diversity and Inclusion Policy governs our approach, and Regional Diversity Committees have been established in the majority of our principal operating regions.

 

Gender Balance

Our focus on achieving an increased gender balance in our workforce is shared by many of our clients who also seek equal opportunities for women and men. Here are some comments about gender balance from our President & CEO, ANZ, Guy Templeton.

 

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Read more in our 2017 Sustainability Report.

 

Current Programs

Parental leave entitlements for Australia and New Zealand:

  • Flexible working options
  • Membership at the Diversity Council of Australia
  • Involvement in gender diversity advocacy programs with industry associations such as Consult Australia, Engineers Australia, Engineers New Zealand, Property Council of Australia, Property Council of New Zealand and The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)
  • WSP Women in Engineering' scholarships at the University of Queensland ($8,000) and University of New South Wales ($10,000)
  • Support and encouragement to participate in leading industry award programs such as the NAWIC Awards 

 

We continuously review our people’s salaries to reduce the gender pay gap and are committed to ensuring that new employees are paid equally, regardless of gender.