Our two CEOs are both women, and I haven't seen any evidence of discrimination.
They have diversity toolboxes and training to be inclusive of minority groups of the population.
Our CEO is a woman, there is paid parental leave. Again, site specifics will vary, some may be more old fashioned in terms of diversity
I haven't witnessed anything adverse to a diversity policy, so I guess it works.
Female CEOs (Asia & Australia/NZ), ethnic minorities hired, involvement in Indigenous support.
Very diverse in culture and ethnic groups within Linfox NZ, Linfox generally cares well for its people
great maternity programs, indigenous team, diversity supported
I have yet to see why we would select people to not make ourselves diverse
Being a female, I have found this company to take a strong interest in female leaders. With every role that I have tackled so far, I have found all of my Managers/Leaders (mainly male) to be more than empowering. From what I have seen, the company employs and extremely diverse work force. I cannot speak of retention, child care and maternity leave as I have not yet experienced that with any employee yet. However, as mentioned above, the company are very empowering to move women up into senior positions, just as much as men.
Very diversified company at management and admin level. However in terms of driving workforce this is an issue.
There are a range of people from all walks of life. Generally in the warehousing industry however it is hard to find diversity as a lot do not apply for jobs of this type to begin with
Company is very proactive in promoting opportunities for women and minority groups - committed to breaking down pre-existing prejudices and providing opportunity