Vivid Access and Inclusion Partner
At Cushman & Wakefield we champion diversity and inclusion in our workplace, our thinking and our culture.
Cushman & Wakefield is delighted to be the inaugural Access & Inclusion Partner for Vivid Sydney.
We strongly believe that Vivid Sydney should be an accessible and inclusive event.
Image Credit: Sebastien Serville, Performance Analyst at Cushman & Wakefield
Ideation Session: Creating sensory rich experiences for all children, including those with special needs. Presented by Cushman & Wakefield
On 13 June, at a Vivid Ideas session Cushman & Wakefield is bringing together a collection of the best and brightest minds to ideate around sensory rich experiences where all children can play, participate and belong, including those with special needs.
What is the Ideation Session solving for: How we can create sensory rich experiences where all children can play, participate and belong, including those with special needs? Come armed with your best ideas, a willingness to collaborate and together, as a carefully curated community, we will create positive change for children with special needs and their families to participate more fully in experiences. Learn more >
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 - Alexander Peters and Edward Guo in our Sydney office, Jacqui 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.
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 Jacqui Gavin who works at 99 and 111 Coventry Street: Watch the highlights >
Cushman & Wakefield has had a 20+ year partnership with Koomarri, an organisation that has been providing support to members of our community with a disability to achieve their life goals, dreams and aspirations across New South Wales (NSW) and Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
Ken Loft is a valued team member and has been with Cushman & Wakefield in an administrative role for 19 years.
Ken Loft, Cushman & Wakefield
Read more on Cushman & Wakefield’s commitment to Diversity & Inclusion