We understand the benefits of equality and are dedicated to improving diversity in our workplace. That is why we have publicly committed to ensuring that recruitment and interview shortlists include at least 50 percent female representation (or 25% in some specified roles where there is a widely acknowledged gender imbalance in the job market).
We have also adopted an ‘all roles flex’ working arrangement, which acknowledges that flexible working conditions mean different things to different people. Working from home, hot desking and job sharing are just some of the options available to our people.
Do you dream about working for a global technology company, like Telstra, but aren’t quite sure how to get your foot in the door?
Here are the top four tips from our senior leaders.
Our Head of muru-D, Julie Trell, is passionate about the technology industry and helping the next generation of female leaders fulfil their potential.
So we asked what advice she has for someone who is looking for a mentor, and how to make the most out of the relationship. Read her tips.
Do you feel like you have the right work-life balance?
Here at Telstra, we encourage flexible working and we give our people more choice in how they work. So we asked our senior leaders to share their top tips.
Want to know how to get ahead in the technology industry?
Our General Manager of the Telstra Foundation, Jackie Coates, shares the skills she believes everyone needs to keep pace in this industry,
"Working here gives me tremendous exposure to industry trends and the chance to influence how cloud and security technology develops."
"The work I do helps organisations to protect not just their revenue and intellectual property, but also their brand and reputation."
"I want to be the kind of leader that gives their people what they need to be successful."