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Diversity at ANZ
- Average rating for Diversity, based on 116 reviews8.4 / 10
Please provide further information on diversity with respect to women, ethnic minorities and LGBT. Please comment on issues such as recruitment, retention, promotion, child care, maternity leave, etc.
This is a focus and mentioned regularly on the intranet, Annual Report etc.
Entry level, Melbourne
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There are many opportunities and programs with provide career advice for women in the banking industry. ANZ is very supportive with maternity, sick or carer's leave. More can be done with ethnic minorities
Company has been very supportive.
Entry level, Wellington
Very diverse workforce.
Diversity is a major focus area for my company. There are established programs to ensure the promotion of women and minorities in the workplace. Managers are also flexible and I have observed a lot of managers are flexible with staff who require time off or days working from home to care for children. ANZ is also heavily involved in campaigns for the LGBT community.
Located in 33 countries around the world. Every festival is celebrated and organisation believes in equal opportunities
My company offer the best of everything- parental leave for males/ females, lifestyle leave, commitment to homosexuals and all walks of people. Respect is one of our core values
Provides favourable support for maternity leave and is flexible in regards to child care. Diversity in the workforce with many females also employed.
The company is very driven to have a diversified background. A lot more leaders are woman which is great. They are particularly good with families in regards to child care etc..
Bank has a very positive culture across all those areas. Lots of awareness, there are networks and initiatives to support all the above.
Company sponsors and is involved in many initiatives to improve diversity
As a woman, I feel a great deal of support from my employer
ANZ shows a strong commitment to all the above mentioned and I am quite proud of that
good balance of sex and ethnicity
What does your company do to attract applicants from less privileged backgrounds?
Special job opportunities for disadvantaged applicants.
Run money minded programs advising on a career in banking whilst providing financial education
Entry level, Wellington
Equal opportunities are provided. Every applicant is treated as an individual with potential
There is constantly a push for opportunities for women (incl flexibility in the workplace), for disabled people, and other less privileged backgrounds to be given opportunities. This is communicated regularly on Max.
They are partners with the Australian Disability Network, and they also provide opportunities for Given the Chance participants with the Brotherhood of St Lawrence
They tend to pick people that are the best around for the company, which doesn't always mean a straight A student. Have a well-rounded personality, can related to people and have a strong mind you will be in good stead
There are programs which allow people to accompany a CEO for a day and there are workshops run in communities.
I have seen the indigenous trainee program that is being run which I think is brilliant.
Indigenous program for intern in place
There is a program that attracts applicants from less privileged backgrounds but I don't know the specifics of it.
Several programs set up to give disadvantaged people the opportunity
Huge emphasis on accessibility