ANZ

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ANZ
About the Diversity & Inclusion Company:
Our approach to workplace participation and diversity is underpinned by a strong suite of people systems, processes and policies in relation to equal employment opportunity, bullying and harassment, flexible working, reasonable accommodation for staff with a disability, and parenting, eldercare, childcare and other caring responsibilities.
How this Equity, Diversity, Inclusion focused company manages EDI?:

 

ANZ Diversity

Our approach to workplace participation and diversity is underpinned by a strong suite of people systems, processes and policies in relation to equal employment opportunity, bullying and harassment, flexible working, reasonable accommodation for staff with a disability, and parenting, eldercare, childcare and other caring responsibilities.

ANZ Gender diversity

At ANZ, gender balancing our organisation is a business imperative. Ensuring the equal representation of women and men in our leadership teams is more than just an issue of gender equality- it’s about accessing the talent, markets and economic opportunities that gender equality brings.

Key initiatives and programs

We report on our performance against our public targets twice a year through our interim and annual Sustainability Review. Our Sustainability Review also highlights some of the key initiatives and programs we have put in place to address gender balance, including:

  • Gender balanced recruitment practices: ensuring a female candidate is interviewed for every role, and all interview panels contain at least one women.
  • Flexible working: all roles can be worked flexibly at ANZ, ensuring we are better able to meet the needs of our customers and our staff.
  • Notable Women: a program focused on building the confidence and capability of our senior female leaders to build their presence as experts with both traditional and social media, which has now been expanded to leaders deeper in the organisation.

ANZ Cultural diversity

ANZ operates in 34 markets with representation in Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific, Europe, America and the Middle East. Our workforce represents 200 cultural and ethnic backgrounds and speaks over 90 languages.

We consider an inclusive and culturally diverse workforce critical to executing our strategy. We have a plan to systematically build, celebrate and leverage the diversity of our workforce and drive an inclusive environment across the organisation for strategic advantage.

We want to achieve a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and the communities we operate in. It’s all part of our commitment to understanding our customers and their world better than anyone else.

ANZ Accessibility

We are committed to making our products, services, workplace and culture welcoming and supportive of people with a disability. ANZ understands that disability is relevant to every aspect of our business – customers, employees, markets, communities, suppliers and key stakeholders.

ANZ commitment to accessibility

Our commitment to strengthening the financial wellbeing of all Australians is reflected in our ongoing work to build a more accessible and inclusive bank for our customers, employees and community.

Members of our passionate and proactive community of accessibility champions, drawn from all areas of ANZ, collaborate to identify and address barriers to independent, convenient and dignified banking, and to foster an inclusive workplace culture which embraces diversity and all abilities. Through innovation and ongoing consultation with a wide range of community stakeholders, we strive for greater economic and social participation for people with disability.

LGBTIQ+ inclusion

Building a culture of respect for all people and communities is one our key organisational values. The inclusion of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ+) customers, communities and staff is an important part of that work.

Within ANZ we are focused on:

  • raising awareness of LGBTIQ+ issues through education to promote respect and inclusion
  • providing support through networks, information, training and resources
  • taking action by ensuring unconscious bias is removed from policies and processes and
  • building community engagement through our various partnerships.

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