OUR INCLUSION STORY
Inclusion runs deep in the veins of Cushman & Wakefield, with several initiatives in place to achieve a diverse and inclusive workforce for the benefit of our employees, clients and the commercial real estate industry.
In 2018, Cushman & Wakefield collaborated with other like-minded organisations to build a playground for children with a disability or special need on the Vivid Sydney footprint, a first in the festival’s 10-year history. The goal was creating an area where all children could play, participate and belong, no matter their level of ability. This goal was realised at Tumbalong Lights, Vivid Sydney 2018.
Cushman & Wakefield in Australia is committed to gender diversity and by 2020 are targeting:
40% female representation on our advisory board and at an executive level (up from 20% currently)
40% female representation across our Senior Manager cohort (up from 23%)
Read more about Cushman & Wakefield's gender diversity initiatives >
Cushman & Wakefield’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is a part of a commitment to closing the gap between non Indigenous and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. Cushman & Wakefield is pledging to provide employment and training opportunities, build community awareness, and facilitate collaboration. Read more about indigenous engagement >
Cushman & Wakefield partners with Disability Employment Service provider, Jobsupport, by providing employment to individuals with an intellectual disability. The award winning partnership has had a positive impact on everyday business operations and culture. View the latest video created in conjunction with the NSW Department of Family and Community Services >
Tumbalong Lights 2019 is proudly sponsored by