GHD's commitment to diversity and inclusion is embodied within their global strategy and includes: championing gender equality, cultural diversity, LGBTI inclusion, adapting to the needs of generational workers, reconciliation with First peoples as well as flexible working arrangements for our people. GHD aims to ensure that their people feel comfortable to share all aspects of themselves at work. Their commitment toward diversity in the workplace is driven by a conviction that genuine inclusion will deliver greater productivity, creativity, and diversity from deeper pools of talent and through fairer processes for all.
GHD recognises that it operates in a traditionally male-majority sector and has pursued diversity and inclusion since 2014, when global GHD measures were set to achieve 40% female representation.
GHD has a formal commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and supports young indigenous students through specialised internships and scholarship programs.
GHD is committed to creating a workplace environment where everyone feels comfortable to be themselves. GHD wants to be known for their acceptance and inclusion of people regardless of their beliefs, cultural background, gender, age or sexual orientation.
GHD is committed to fostering a culturally safe, diverse and inclusive workplace. GHD employees currently working in Australia were born across 85 countries. A majority of their employees were born in Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand, South Africa and India.