Inclusion & Diversity at John Holland

Our commitment to transforming lives extends to all those who work with us. We know that creating an inclusive and diverse workplace attracts the best employees, regardless of what their background is.

We motivate and develop outstanding people – regardless of their gender, age or background.

Diversity and inclusiveness are about recognising, respecting and valuing differences based on all of the elements that make each human being unique. It is about creating a culture where different perspectives can be heard for the benefit of our communities.

John Holland employs a team of dedicated Inclusion & Diversity professionals and promotes three inclusion and diversity principles.

We committed to fixing the gender pay gap within our company and, in an industry-first, we are running an employment program for marginalised people in our industry.

  1. Our employees are encouraged to be the best they can be. We embrace the unique diversity, skills and perspectives of all employees. We foster a safe, equitable, culturally appropriate and inclusive working environment that allows everyone to achieve their full potential.
  2. Our employees are treated fairly and with respect. We treat everyone fairly and equitably and acknowledge the wealth of experience, knowledge, skills and ideas they bring. We embrace a culture that encourages constructive debate. We listen, engage with and understand our employees as unique individuals.
  3. We are all responsible for diversity and inclusion. Achieving workplace diversity and building an inclusive culture is the responsibility of every employee in John Holland.

Click here to read more about gender diversity at John Holland

Click here to view our 2018 Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report

Click here to view John Holland’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

 

John Holland is proud to support the following organisations:


We've launched a video featuring some of the women working for our business as part of our celebration of International Women's Day 2017: