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WORK180 is a global jobs network that operates at the forefront of a new workplace revolution.
Work180’s purpose is to empower every woman to choose a workplace where they can thrive. Work 180 pre-screen employers to ensure they meet the criteria for for supporting diversity, inclusion and equality. This means you know exactly what to expect before applying for a job and can focus your job search on quality employers.
WORK180 is a global jobs network that operates at the forefront of a new workplace revolution. Our function is twofold. As an advocate for working women, we provide job applicants with a transparent directory of Endorsed Employers who support diversity, inclusion and equality.
We share information around pay equity, flexible working, paid parental leave, equal opportunities and a range of other important criteria. Before an employer comes on board, we put them through a pre-screening process and on average, about 80% of companies who apply to work with us, pass our criteria.
Within the criteria process, we also take into account initiatives that focus on age, ability, ethnicity and sexual orientation. The information we uncover isn’t available anywhere else, but we make it public on our website so that candidates know exactly what to expect before applying for a job.
We also work with employers to improve and develop workforce participation. The majority of the companies who don’t initially pass the criteria, return to us after improving. We share best practice, offer strategic advice and provide a highly active jobs board where businesses can connect with the talented people in our network.
Our audience delivers exceptional social engagement, allowing us to promote Endorsed Employers and to tell the story of their diversity journey. Of course, not everyone can match the standards set by the most progressive employers. But there’s always something that can be done to enrich workplace culture and invite a broader and more diverse knowledge base to an organisation.
There’s a long way to go in the fight for better working conditions, but the change we’re seeing is astounding. It really is an exciting time for workplace equality, and we’re just getting started.