AWRA runs practical, free lunchtime webinars throughout the year to help you learn how to connect with your female workforce and stay ahead to support the women in your team.

Watch and interact in real-time or download later at a time that suits you; either way, these one hour informative sessions will keep you and your team across the pertinent issues surrounding gender diversity.

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NEXT WEBINAR – 22 June 2017:

Aurizon | Equalising caring responsibilities and domestic violence: A workplace response, presented by Darren Hooper

Date: 22 June 2017 | Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm (Queensland time)

In this webinar, Darren Hooper, Senior Diversity and Inclusion Manager at Aurizon, will present Aurizon’s Shared Care and Domestic and Family Violence policy as examples of how employers have a role to play in tackling some of the biggest social issues facing their employees.
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Upcoming webinars:

17th August 2017: Diverse City Careers (DCC) – Recruiting for Gender Diversity
In this webinar, Gemma Lloyd, Co-Founder Diverse City Careers (DCC), will present on how organisations, particularly in non-traditional sectors, can put their best foot forward to attract a gender diverse talent pool. The three stages that will be covered include:

  • Pre-attraction- what your organisation needs to do before going to market
  • Attraction- where to look and tips including how to write job advertisements with gender neutral language
  • Pipeline to hire- after the female has applied, how do we ensure they’re progressing through each stage and overcoming unconscious bias

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Who should attend our free webinars:
HR staff, Diversity and Inclusion staff, Organisational Development staff, and anyone interested in workforce diversity.

For more information about upcoming events, visit our Events Calendar.

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If you’d like to find out more about our webinars or be added to the e-invitation list, contact us today.

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