Shift: creating an inclusive workplace

At the end of April I had the pleasure of joining Valeria Ignatieva of WORK180 (Previously DCC Jobs) and Felicity Furey of Machinam Pty Ltd to be a Sherpa (guide) for the Swinburne Engineering Practice Academy’s first industry event as part of the quarterly series, Shift, to tackle one of engineering’s most persistent challenges: retaining women. Opened by Sarah Maddison, we joined the Academy’s industry supporters in discussing three key themes relating to retention: flexibility, merit, and inclusion teams. 

Read our top 10 actions for employees and leaders in creating a more inclusive workplace here.

Shift event
L to R: Valeria Ignatieva, Felicity Furey, and myself

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