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Pitcher Partners

4.3
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Diversity at Pitcher Partners

8.7
8.7 rating for Diversity, based on 19 reviews
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.
Very good, lots of part time working mothers who hold manager and above roles, lots of inclusion and diversity programmes/events.
I would say there is no discrimination within the workplace and there is support for everyone (maternity leave etc.).
The firm runs regular diversity and inclusion presentations which the whole firm is invited to. I have attended two of them and they have made me very proud to work for a firm that is so open-minded and inclusive.
Non noted
There is a D&I committee which is excellent to promote diversity in the workplace
All races, religions, sexual orientation are well respected within the firm.
Fantastic leave opportunities for parents/grandparents. Inclusive and diverse environment.
No experience in this area. But are a moderately diverse range of employees.
Maternity and now paternity leave is available LGBT+ proud firm Unsure of other information as I am not in the HR team
It seems like the firm is very committed to diversity, by employing diverse staff and also acknowledging significant events for various diverse staff (religious and cultural holidays, pride week etc)
What does your company do to attract applicants from less privileged backgrounds?
N/A - Not too certain but there are definitely programs which attract other universities not only from Monash/Melbourne.
The firm brings secondees and cadets from places like Malaysia, New Zealand and the U.S as well as many other places that gives people new opportunities and experiences that are invaluable for their development back home.
Perform charity work
Helps fund scholarships for studying students from less privileged backgrounds.
Have a university scholarship to assist people to attend uni and find a job afterwards.
I don't know this, apart from maybe the fact that the company acknowledges significant cultural events as stated above.