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Clubs NSW

With over 62,000 staff working in 1,300 different clubs across NSW, the clubs industry is one of the state's biggest employers.

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PwC

As one of Australia’s leading firms, PwC recognise that to be successful they need diverse talent, which is why they have diversity and inclusion at the centre of their strategy.

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Sinclair Automotive

Sinclair Automotive has been a successful car dealership in Sydney’s West for over 45 years. They have inclusive hiring policies and have taken on a number of employees with disability which has been very successful for the business.

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Compass Group

Compass Group is Australia’s leading food services company, employing more than 10,000 people at over 480 locations around Australia. Through consultation with disability support agencies, Compass Group has developed a comprehensive program to support the successful transition of job seekers living with disability  into employment and ongoing satisfying careers.

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Cushman & Wakefield

There are approximately 43,000 employees in more than 60 countries helping investors optimise the value of their real estate by combining their global perspective and deep local knowledge with an impressive platform of real estate solutions.

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Commonwealth Bank Australia

Commonwealth Bank Australia employ over 40,000 staff across the country, employing one of the most diverse workforces in Australia. Their inclusive culture nurtures the perspectives and experiences of all Australians so they can do better for their customers. Inclusion through the provision of equity, access and support for people with disability is part of their culture and integral to their diversity and inclusion strategy.

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Fujitsu Australia

Fujitsu Australia is a leading service provider of business, information technology and communications solutions. As one of the largest ICT companies in the Australian marketplace, Fujitsu partner with customers to consult, design, build, operate and support business solutions. Fujitsu values the rich diversity of their people, that bring together skills and insights regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, values, beliefs, disabilities, sexual preferences and religion.

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Gameco Artisan Supplies

Gameco is a family business, growing to become one of Australia’s leading suppliers of gas equipment, with warehouses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and New Zealand, employing over 45 specialist staff. Gameco have found the process to employ people with disability simple and highly effective, they have also found that the roles filled are perfectly suited and people like Maxine, who can utilise her great abilities.

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Richmond Club

Founded in 1947 by a group of WWII returned serviceman, Richmond Club has grown from humble beginnings, into the leading club and community heart of the Hawkesbury Region. With over 22,000 members, Richmond Club supports 197 community groups through financial and in-kind support. They are proud to be the largest private employer in the region with 169 employees, they are also the biggest service provider in the North West district. Richmond Club employs people with disability which provides the workplace an inclusive and diverse perspective, which in turn benefits the staff and the customers embrace that.

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Catalina Restaurant

In 1994, Catalina opened it’s doors with a simple goal in mind: to be Sydney’s favourite place to eat by the water.

With a diverse and inclusive approach to staffing, Catalina employs people with disabilities, utilising the many strengths they bring to the workplace.

Jack Studholme is the Pastry Assistant at Catalina. He is extremely precise and detailed, which is everything any workplace could ask for. “I’m a bit of a perfectionist and there’s nothing wrong with that, even though it takes time – time and patience -

And I guess I do have a keen eye on the precise measurements, especially when it comes to bread” said Jack.

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