Are-able a winner for Employer of Choice in the Australian Business Awards 2022
As a community focused not for profit, are-able was recognised for its commitment for developing leading workplace practices to support and inspire their workforce at the recent Australian Business Awards
CEO Tom Scarborough said the recognition reflects the commitment to its people within the are-able strategic priorities,
“we invest in our people by listening to our staff, investing in professional development, and continuing to grow and protect our culture to ensure our teams remain committed to our purpose of building inclusiveness in our communities.”
“our team is at the heart of everything we do. I’m so proud of the strong, inclusive, and diverse culture we’ve built that allows our people to do amazing work and deliver outstanding, long-term performance for our clients.”
Mr Scarborough said working at are-able meant you were part of something much bigger.
“Our people often tell me they’re doing some of the best work of their careers at are-able and how our values resonate with their own personal values that they feel they are genuinely contributing to social impact within our communities.”
“Are-able takes very seriously the responsibilities of being an Employer of Choice, continuously striving to retain and strengthen achievements in key areas of Organisational Culture & Leadership; Employee Education, Training & Development; Employee Health, Safety & Satisfaction; Performance Management and Recognition & Remuneration.”
Having just completed 12 months for its first Reconciliation ‘Reflect’ Action Plan and working closely with community partners on improving community and workplace accessibility, are-able shows active commitment to achieving a diverse and inclusive culture.