People & Community

Are we overcomplicating workplace mental health support?

So much of the time when we think about supporting someone in their mental health in the workplace, we vastly overcomplicate it.

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Proud of our people: Rebecca and Anna on being young and out at work

Research for Pride in Diversity revealed younger same-sex attracted women were less likely to be out in the workplace.

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Closing the Gender Pay Gap makes good economic sense

The problem is indisputable – women make up just over half of the Australian population yet, on average, they are paid $26,000 less per annum than men.

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Increasing gender discrimination a barrier to equal pay

This report finds, once again, that stubborn gender stereotypes about the roles men and women play in paid work and caring continue to drive the gender pay gap.

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Hugh’s Bravery Beads: Learnings from my son’s cancer journey

Five years ago my youngest son, Hugh, received a life-saving bone marrow transplant.

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KPMG bolsters capability with diverse new partner line-up

KPMG Australia today announced its new partner intake for 2019, with 104 new partners and executive directors named.

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Michael J Andrew AO: a remarkable force for good

With deep sadness we acknowledge the passing of Michael Andrew AO, an iconic leader of KPMG and very great Australian.

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The spirit of ANZAC Day: more than just a day for Defence

ANZAC Day, and everything it represents, touches the Australian cultural identity. The ANZAC spirit is alive and well in ’those that serve’ all across Australia.

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International Transgender Day of Visibility: This is Sarah’s story

Once upon a time, in a suburb not so far away from where she now works, a little ‘girl’ was born. This little ‘girl’ was unlike many other girls, in that she looked like and was treated like a boy.

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Armistice 100. Victory but little sense of triumph with the poignant truth we would do it all again

The Australian Returned Soldiers and Sailors Imperial League (the forerunner to the RSL) first sold poppies for Armistice* Day in 1921 importing one million silk poppies, made in French orphanages. They remain a symbol of remembrance.

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Want to develop resilience? Get comfortable with being uncomfortable

Individuals who are more resilient are considered to be more adaptive within the ever changing workplace.

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Mental Toughness: It’s a mindset and more than just being resilient

Have you ever wondered what makes someone a good athlete? Or a good leader? Or a good parent? Why do some people accomplish their goals while others fail?

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Equal work for equal pay? Will the workplace of the future help close the gender gap?

Today we ‘celebrate’ a small step in the journey for equal pay for equal work.  The national gender pay gap has reached its lowest level in 20 years at 14.6 percent.…

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