* Employer has undertaken the requirements to be on the Pay Equity Ambassador list, administered by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA).
Open to discussing flexible working arrangements at the interview stage?
Employer is a Pay Equity Ambassador*
Paid Parental Leave at full salary for primary carer (not including government-funded parental leave)
Paid Parental Leave at full salary for secondary carer
Minimum tenure required to be eligible for Paid Parental Leave
Continuation of superannuation payments whilst on paid Parental Leave
Continuation of superannuation payments whilst on unpaid Parental Leave
Programs for parents returning to work after Parental Leave
Opportunities to purchase leave
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Leadership development programs
Targets to raise the number of women in leadership
50:50 by 2019
Domestic and Family Violence policy
In development 2018
Internal Women's networking groups
Employee engagement scores year on year
Employee turnover rate
Paid volunteer days
** In development 2019
***Balance is unlimited. Every single day we have an opportunity to work in Cause Corps (www.causecorps.co); or work ON Cause Corps, since it was founded and funded by us.
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We are a management & technical consultancy, a product and computer games studio, and an industry co-innovation program. We serve everyone from one-person startups to the ASX20.
Our purpose is our people's purpose; and we've designed our organisation to be driven wholly by the purpose of the individuals that are a part of it. We do this because we believe that we can be an example to organisations of the future.
We believe that empathy and compassion are the key skills of the future. We believe that people do their best work when they have purpose, an opportunity for mastery and self-direction. We believe in a ecosystem mental model of an organisation, where people can be radically transparent, bring the whole of themselves to work, and continuously converse to create an emergent purpose. We believe it so much, we built our economic system around it. And we’re having wild success, being recently awarded the Deloitte Fast 50 and the Rising Star Award.
No Moss Co is a humanist, socially responsible, anarchist collective of executives, directors, engineers, coaches, learners and problem solvers who have an aligned purpose toward collectively progressing human endeavour.
We are demonstrating a radical example of a for-profit organisation. Specific elements of this include:
A fully transparent salary grading, company wide, including Directors and Founders.
A fully transparent rate-and-margin system, allowing consultants to understand the margin on their work.
A regular 3-to-6 weekly purpose maximisation chat; in addition to traditional career planning and coaching conversations.
Internship programs designed not to maximise work or profit but growth toward both personal learning and higher purpose.
A consultancy with flexible rates for customers who are non-profits and purpose driven businesses.
A founding commitment to gender, ethnic, linguistic and thought diversity.
Working at No Moss has elevated my career goals and aspirations far beyond graphic design, my original field of study. I have been privileged to work closely with developers and agilists, with clients large and small, and have always felt supported and looked after. "My years here have been full of learning, particularly in frontend and backend development, and being offered new opportunities. Every day is a day I am being pushed out of my comfort zone to deliver products and projects I never thought that I would have opportunity to."Holly Fung
"I have 13 days that I need to take off per year. I have to leave work early on Fridays for half the year to make it home in time for the Sabbath. A lot of companies have Friday night drinks or Saturday events that I can’t ever make. Individually these problems aren’t insurmountable but when presented to an employer all together it doesn’t paint the prettiest picture. At least that’s what I always thought. I’d never tell an employer all this at once and would rather slowly dole out the information over time.
And then along came a company that were both actively curious and accommodating about my religious needs. They were always respectful and understanding. It was never an option for them that I should compromise on any religious aspects of my life. I was given flexible work hours in which I could make up my time. I could take unpaid leave for all religious festivals, so it wouldn’t eat into my annual leave. Events were often moved to Sundays just to accommodate me. Having that freedom to not feel guilty allowed me to bring my whole self to work and the appreciation I feel towards work for giving me this freedom manifests itself in the quality of work I do."Joshua Kleiner
"Leading up to and after the birth of my first child, I felt extremely supported by my previous employer. They allowed me time off work to attend obstetrician appointments with my wife and a paid period of time after the birth to support and help look after both the baby and my wife.
When I started at No Moss, and with my second child on the way, I didn't think they would be able to give me this same flexibility, due to their size. I was wrong, very wrong. Not only does No Moss provide carer's leave to attend obstetrician appointments or look after a sick child, they also provide paternity leave to support and help after the child is born. In addition, No Moss has an extremely supportive, family friendly, empathetic culture which not only gives you the time you need, but the emotional support as well."Murray Grange