Improving diversity by connecting female talent with the best employers, which have been vetted on their policies

As the demand for skilled employees grows ever more critical, there has been a power shift away from unsympathetic employers and a rejection of inflexible working conditions. WORK180 is a global jobs network that operates at the forefront of this new workplace revolution. Our function is twofold. As an advocate for working women, we provide job applicants with a transparent directory of endorsed employers who support diversity, inclusion and equality. We share information around pay equity, flexible working, paid parental leave, equal opportunities and a range of other important criteria. We also take into account initiatives that focus on age, ability, ethnicity and sexual orientation. The information we uncover isn’t available anywhere else, but we make it public on our website so that candidates know exactly what to expect before applying for a job. We also work with employers to improve and develop workforce participation. We share best practice, offer strategic advice and provide a highly active jobs board where businesses can connect with the talented people in our network. The HR Health Check tool is just one way we help companies benchmark their employee benefits and make improvements that future proof their business. As well, our vast audience delivers exceptional social engagement, allowing us to widely promote endorsed employees and to tell the story of their diversity journey. Not everyone can match the standards set by the most progressive employers. But there’s always something that can be done to enrich workplace culture and invite a broader and more diverse knowledge base to an organisation.


Giant Leap Fund




Skip Capital

2018 (Sydney)


Taken on 2019-08
Blog Posts
9th November, 2023
6 years, 6 career steps, 1 company, and many lessons to share

For women in STEMM and non-technical backgrounds alike, discover how Hélène progressed from intern, ...

31st October, 2023
Don’t have kids? You can still request flexible working (and here’s where you’ll be supported to do it)

If you think flexible working is just for parents, think again. Explore the benefits of working flex...

30th October, 2023
Looking for a career that doesn’t stand still? This story is for you!

Travel, promotion and new experiences! In 15 years at Stantec, Liz Cadogan hasn’t stopped moving for...

22nd October, 2023
A fascinating peak into the life of a FIFO working parent

A tell-all, behind-the-scenes look into FIFO life as a parent. It’s a life that can be sometimes cha...

19th October, 2023
What does real work flexibility look like to you? (Hint: It’s probably not just about work hours)

Real work flexibility is more than just about remote work or flexible work hours – it’s the openness...

16th October, 2023
4 Employers supporting neurodivergent women at work

Four Endorsed Employers have taken proactive steps to ease the burdens faced by neurodivergent women...

12th October, 2023
Three menopause facts every employer needs to know

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5th October, 2023
Is your employer this flexible when life takes unexpected twists?

When employers don’t support flexible working they risk wasting their best talent. AngloGold Ashanti...

28th September, 2023
A 5-step guide to your self-development and career growth at Thales

What happens when you combine your desire to grow with extraordinary career development from your em...

26th September, 2023
An easy mind trick for understanding intersectionality (and 5 employers who already get it right)

Are you an ambitious woman looking to take the next step? Four recently promoted women share their p...

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