harmony-day

WHAT HARMONY DAY MEANS TO GLAD GROUP

Australia is one of the most multicultural societies in the world, and many of its organisations have goals to create a more diverse workforce. Harmony Day is about inclusiveness, respect and belonging for all Australians, regardless of cultural or linguistic background, united by a set of core Australian values. Inclusion and diversity are fundamental to Glad Group’s culture and core …

Balance for Better International Women's Day

BALANCING THE FUTURE, FOR THE BETTER #BALANCEFORBETTER

Why is Gender Balance so important for Glad Group Gender balance is at the core of what we stand for at Glad Group, where each of our 2500 employees must have access to the same opportunities and be able to develop their career. By tapping into the full potential of men and women, Glad Group is stronger, more innovative, and better …

Glad Reconciliation Action Plan

ANOTHER STEP TOWARDS RECONCILIATION

Being part of a team that’s creating something special for your organisation is an amazing experience.  It’s uplifting, has a positive impact on your self-worth and motivates you to make a greater contribution to not only your work family but the broader community. Earlier this year Glad Group started on a journey to Reconciliation, taking mindful steps to develop a …

Girls in Property

GLAD GROUP PROUDLY SUPPORTS GIRLS IN PROPERTY INITIATIVE

Last week, Glad Group was a proud sponsor of the Property Council of Australia’s Girls in Property Week endorsed by the NSW Department of Education. Our National Marketing and Communications Manager, Ivana Iloski, had the pleasure of hosting a table for nine Year 10 girls at the annual Women in Property Lunch on 19 May at the Westin, Sydney. The …

Women Gender equality diversity security

WOMEN IN SECURITY

The Security industry is one where women are still extremely under represented. With the stigma of Security personnel being “a large male with little between their ears”, as quoted by Kelli Courtenay, our National Security Operations Coordinator, how do we turn these stereotypes around and make it into what it actually is – an appealing career move for women. These days …