Strides forward in flexible work: Western Sydney University receives SAGE Cygnet Award
Western Sydney University has formalised remote working as part of its actions to improve flexible work.
Cygnet Award application (flexible work) – Western Sydney University
Read about Western Sydney University’s actions to improve flexible work.
Geoscience Australia first to earn three SAGE Cygnet Awards with action on everyday sexism and flexible work
“We have not taken our eye off our key gender and diversity goals”: GA’s commitment to workplace inclusion drives their speedy progress.
Cygnet Award application (flexible work) – Geoscience Australia
Read how Geoscience Australia made it easier for their employees to access flexible work and leave arrangements.
“This is not necessarily a gender thing”: Gender-blind talk about flexible work
Leaders avoid mentioning gender when discussing flexible work, which reduces men’s visibility as flexible workers and reinforces gendered work patterns.
Cygnet Award application (flexible work) – Edith Cowan University
Read Edith Cowan University’s first Cygnet Award application, which focuses on improving access to flexible working arrangements.
Good practice resources on flexible work
We’ve compiled useful research and toolkits on flexible work from our collaborators, subject matter experts and other like-minded organisations.
Developing a team-based approach to workplace flexibility
The Flex @ WEHI program helps teams develop arrangements that support every staff member to choose how, where and when they work.
Disrupting the status quo: incremental versus systemic change
We brought together five equity, diversity and inclusion innovators for a panel discussion on the power of disruptive thinking to smash barriers and stereotypes.
Episode 10: UNSW Dean of Science, Emma Johnston
Professor Emma Johnston, Dean of Science at UNSW Sydney, speaks about the collective effort needed to achieve gender equity.
Fathers and flexible working arrangements in Australia
University of South Australia researcher Dr Ashlee Borgkvist highlights how workplace culture and masculine identities influence the way fathers use (or don’t use) flexible working arrangements.