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ISS Finalists for Australian HR Awards for Inclusion And Diversity

ISS Australia has been announced as a finalist for the 2018 Australian HR Awards in the category of "Best Workplace Diversity & Inclusion (I&D) Program". This has come in recognition of our work in engaging with long-term unemployed, Indigenous and other disadvantaged job seekers, utilising the Commonwealth's Job Active network. ISS has seen some exceptional and consistent results in this area, which has been highly commended across government and Job Active suppliers.
The Australian HR Awards recognises excellence in the HR profession. It acknowledges the outstanding achievements of businesses at the forefront of industry best practice and leadership. Over 800 HR professionals will attend the awards ceremony on 7th September 2018. ISS will be up against many large, blue-chip organisations for this coveted I&D award.

Since 1 July 2015, ISS is very proud to have placed over 1,600 disadvantaged Australians into employment. This represents 15% of our new commencements, all sourced through Job Active Networks. This group of disadvantaged Australians includes, long-term unemployed, refugees, Indigenous Australians, mature age, youth, and job seekers with disabilities.

As part of ISS’ commitment to I&D, we meet regularly with Job Active providers on a national and local level, to discuss ISS vacancies and opportunities for disadvantaged job seekers. ISS representatives conduct information sessions at Job Active sites to inform and interview disadvantaged job seekers of ISS opportunities. In addition, our National Recruitment team are trained to identify disadvantaged Australians and to prioritise these applications for assessment.

In the past 18 months, ISS has also implemented a National Training Program to offer two days soft skills training, specifically designed to assist disadvantaged Australians who require additional support and skills prior to job commencement. This pre-employment training program provides them with the opportunity to experience the job and their team prior to starting with ISS. Since inception, 207 disadvantaged Australians have completed the pre-employment soft skills training program.

ISS embraces and encourages diversity and inclusion in their broadest terms, including age, gender, ethnicity, nationality, culture, language, religion, physical ability, education, and skills. ISS recognises its diverse workforce as a key competitive advantage, and we consider our employees our most valuable asset. Diversity and inclusion make ISS creative, productive, and more attractive to both its internal and external customers.

We are committed to enhancing inclusion and diversity outcomes in our business. We have an company-wide commitment to our workplace diversity & inclusion policy, supported by our Australian Leadership Team and have embarked on the process of becoming a Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE).

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