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Education Session (online webinar)

How to become a family-inclusive employer?

To support Australian employers understand how to become a more family-friendly workplace, we offer free webinars throughout the year. These online education sessions deepen employers’ understanding, knowledge and capability on how to be a family-inclusive employer.

The change that occurs when an employer improves its family-friendly capability impacts workplace culture, employee’s work-life wellbeing and the wider economy.

Our facilitators are experts in family-friendly policies and practices, and have trained thousands of Executives, HR/DEI practitioners and Business Leaders. They share their expertise and leading practice on flexibility, parental leave, family care and family wellbeing.

Guest Speaker - The NRMA

Our guest speaker Courtney Pond, Group Inclusion & Diversity Manager at the NRMA, Australia's largest Member organisation, will share her experience becoming a certified Family Inclusive Workplace and tips for organisations looking to improve their family-friendly policies and practices.

In this session, we will cover the following:

  • What is a family-friendly workplace?
  • Why it matters – the business case, benefits and return on investment
  • An overview of the National Work & Family Standards
  • What are leading family-friendly policies and practices?
  • What is the Benchmarking Assessment?
  • A step-by-step guide on what’s involved in the certification process
  • A case study from the NRMA
  • Q&A time 

Join hundreds of employers – including Commonwealth Bank, Deloitte, QBE, Novartis, Randstad Australia, Microsoft, AGL, PepsiCo, Volvo and more – and be a part of creating a more family-friendly Australia.

Supported by the Family Friendly Workplaces Founding Partners:

Founding Partners

Event Details


Hosted by: Family Friendly Workplaces
Start: Thursday 23rd March | 12noon - 1pm AEDT
Category: Education
Duration: 60min
Location: Online / Zoom


Register now

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