Cushman & Wakefield has an important role to play in changing the property services industry. Our aim is to become more inclusive of those who identify within diversity groups.
As part of the Diversity and Inclusion Network, the ‘Opening Doors’ program on the NAB account aims to support organisational objectives and provide equality in income and opportunities for minority groups in society.
As a result of the Opening Doors initiative and the results that followed its implementation across; Disability Employment, Indigenous Traineeships and Gender Equality, NAB awarded Cushman & Wakefield with the Do the right thing Diversity Award for 2016.
Cushman & Wakefield wins the 2016 NAB Supplier Awards - Do the Right Thing - Diversity and Inclusion. Picture from left to right: Ian Browne, Account Director NAB, David Purves, GM for Property NAB, Susan Van Ryswyk, National Manager Business Services NAB
The Jobsupport program is a job placement service managed by Disability Employment Services, an Australian Government Initiative. Cushman & Wakefield is delighted to be part of the program that provides paid employment to individuals with an intellectual disability.
We currently have three employees through the Job Support program who manage our front of house facilities - Alex Peeters and Eddy Guo in our Sydney office, Jacquie Gavin and Anastasia Tryphonos in our Melbourne office. They are absolutely part of the Cushman & Wakefield family and bring a wonderful energy and contribution to our business.
Picture from left to right: Dominic Long, Managing Director (VIC), James Patterson, Chief Executive Australian and New Zealand, Anna Town, Head of Strategic Marketing Australia and New Zealand and Ashley Palm, Client Relationship Manager Australia and New Zealand.
Cushman & Wakefield Australia was awarded GOLD at the 2017 Annual Real Estate Excellence Awards (AREA's) in Melbourne, Australia. Cushman & Wakefield has been recognised for their efforts in collaborating with Jobsupport to provide opportunities to employees with intellectual impairments.
In October 2016 Cushman & Wakefield was fortunate to receive an award from Jobsupport at their annual conference for placing their 700th client (Jacqui Gavin). Our ongoing commitment in this area is part of our vision for a skilled workforce in the future.
Cushman & Wakefield's Ashley Palm, Chief Executive James Patterson and Jacqui Gavin of our Melbourne Office receiving the 700th client award. In November 2016, Channel 9 visited both the Melbourne and Sydney offices to film Jacquie Gavin who works at 99 and 111 Coventry Street: Watch the highlights
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