People & Community

Perfecting Pronouns. Getting the terminology for sex and gender variables right

Allies often ask what can I do to show that I am supportive or how can I be better at inclusive language? Sharing your own pronouns and asking others what they are is one of the easiest ways to create safety and inclusion for others.

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Do you have a beard? An accent? Are you tired? Are you in a rush? Chances are I can’t read your lips?

Do you have a beard? An accent? Are you tired? Are you in a rush? Do you put your hands on your face whilst you’re talking? Are you wearing a…

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Being kind isn’t a cop out from being honest, genuine or staying true to your values

It’s important that we remain kind within the workplace since such a large part of our time is spent working under pressure and it’s easy to get caught up with work and career priorities.

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KPMG announces new partners

KPMG Australia has announced its new partner intake, appointing 74 new partners and executive directors since 1 July 2020. This includes 33 partner and executive director promotions announced in January.

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Building resilience in local communities by connection with people and the land

The mental health benefits of being a ‘Landcarer’ are real. Almost half of participants reported clear improvements in mental health, and it appears it is the simple process of connection to people, communities and the environment that makes the difference.

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Family, postgrad research and promotion: a family friendly workplace helped

Earlier this year I returned to work part-time to take on a new role as a Director, five months after the birth of my second child and three years after I was first nominated for promotion.

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KPMG response to government childcare announcement

KPMG is particularly pleased to note the government’s announcement stresses the fact that the additional costs of the plan will over time be outweighed by the economic activity generated.

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Ramadan: a personal reflection

As a Muslim, Ramadan is one of the most, if not the most significant months of the year for Muslims around the world.

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ANZAC Day 2021: Omnia Paratis – ready for anything

ANZAC Day is one of the few days the nation takes pause to remember those who have fallen, appreciate those that have served and those who continue to serve. Being…

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One year nestled in a makeshift home office: what I learnt and what I want you to know

As we start to see the collective light at the end of the global pandemic tunnel, I have reflected on what I have learnt over the past 12 months.

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Does business have a level playing field for ‘people of colour’?

The gender diversity journey has been under way for many years and provides many lessons for businesses to learn from, but racial diversity lags well behind.

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On International Women’s Day choose your challenge

The growing voices of women and men around the country calling into question structures, systems and cultures that discriminate will accelerate our gender equality journey.  How will you use your voice to challenge this IWD? 

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As a dad, 2020 made me incredibly thankful for what I’ve got & what I can control

2020 has made me incredibly thankful for what I’ve got, for what I can control, and for all the other small blessings I’d taken for granted. Above all else, this past year has taught me gratitude.

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