Supporting employers to attract and retain women returning to work after a career break.
Complete this self-assessment questionnaire to identify actions that could improve your workplace for women and help your organisation to find and retain the best employees.
Australian employers have an important obligation to ensure their workplaces are supportive environments for all employees, including women.
The following information is to assist employers to improve the attraction, recruitment and retention of women in Australian workplaces.
A number of factors can influence how organisations attract, recruit and retain women. This can include the sector or industry a business operates within, the number of female and male employees across sites and management levels, human resource management policies that are in place to support employees, and the management and leadership styles within the organisation.
Visit the topic pages below or do a self-assessment of your organisation to identify actions to improve your workplace for women.
Use this self-assessment tool to identify actions your business can take to better attract and retain women.
Use inclusive recruitment approaches to better attract women into your business.
Use workplace policies to help parents balance their work and home lives.
Implement a supported returner program to recruit individuals who have been on an extended career break.
Use these toolkits to improve policies and practices to better attract and retain women in your organisation.