In this webinar learn more about creating inclusive and safe workplaces for LGBTQ+ employees, joined by guest speaker Sarah Trombetta, Board Director from Wear It Purple. Over the coming months the ARA is facilitating a series of member discussions that specifically address action items in our Position Statement for LGBTQ+ Equality and Inclusion. The next […]
ARA members and partners gathered at the Sofitel in Melbourne on 8 March to celebrate International Women’s Day, network with their peers, and share insights for how we can innovate
As Sydney WorldPride 2023 officially begins, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) welcomes retailers support for the LGBTQ+ community – with some of Australia’s leading and largest brands committing to an industry-wide position statement to build more inclusive workplaces.
This program is designed to deeply understand the experiences of women in our operations (deliveries) network and seek opportunities and gaps where we can develop a more inclusive culture, with a longer term outcome of increasing the representation of women across all levels of our network.
The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) has signalled strong support for the Federal Respect@Work legislative package to eliminate workplace harassment, but called for greater support to implement the changes, particularly for
According to data from the Australian Tax Office, women in Australia arrive at retirement with 20.5% less in superannuation than men, with women more likely to live in poverty in retirement. This gap will only increase due to the impacts of the pandemic, which has widened the gender pay gap due to female dominated industries being worst hit, and women often being in casualised work.