"I am absolutely loving my new job at RMIT Online that I got through WORK180. Thanks to WORK180 I am now part of a workplace who are passionate about empowering women in IT. I'm working in an incredible space with amazing colleagues, and am so thankful for the help in changing my work life!"Aisling Wood
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WORK180 is an international jobs network that connects employers with the very best female talent. We engage with everyone from small independent companies to large multinationals, growing and future-proofing businesses through smart policy and process improvements.
But we don't stop there. We drive engagement between organisations and the people who share their values by combining traditional job advertisement techniques with proactive employer branding initiatives.
Then we talk about it. Developing gender diverse workplaces is both fair and good for business, so we make sure everyone knows when a business is actively improving the way it supports women in the workplace.
"Working for organisations who are willing to take steps to change their workplace culture has been the most inspiring workplace environment achievement in my lifetime. I'm so grateful, because I know with these steps, it is creating a career pathway for my daughter and our next generations who benefit in their futures! Thank you WORK180 for being the beacon! "Barbara Sheehy
"Landing my new role as a Software Engineer at The Yield through WORK180 turned out to be the golden ticket. I highly recommend WORK180 as a job board for women!"Anne McCloghry
"Thanks to WORK180 I am now working at Accenture. Not only does Accenture have a strong global brand, but it provides a working environment that encourages collaboration and innovation. Accenture is a committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace and as such, has been able to provide me a flexible work arrangement that suits my personal circumstances."Elizabeth Morley
“I found my dream job through WORK180 at ThoughtWorks. I love the culture and the diversity we have. For example, I’m currently part of a team with three women and two men. This is really unheard of in the industry!”Sara Borgstrom
“The confidence that the initial consultation with Gemma has given me, has changed my life and led me to my new role- I am so happy to be a part of the Flight Centre Travel Group. I cannot thank you enough for this, I will continue to recommend your services to as many people as I can.”Gunjan Mehta
"Through WORK180 I landed a job that I thought was out of my reach and I’m now part of a supportive and encouraging workplace. Many thanks to WORK180 for providing a jobs site which gave me the confidence to apply, as I know the employers on WORK180 are supportive and share my values. I highly recommend the WORK180 community to anyone who asks!"Felicity Kelleher
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