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Employers of Choice


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the following Employment suggestions relate to Australia and some Multinationals at this stage, since this is where the GGC historically has started. As the GGC develops other countries will be researched to provide best practices in employment and thus a recommendation listing of top female friendly companies participating in ICT. Established awards, research, and local knowledge from the GGC Ambassadors, Academic and Industry Ambassadors will play a key role in evaluating top performing companies.

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Willing and Able Mentoring Program http://www.graduatecareers.com.au/CareerPlanningandResources/GraduateswithDisability/WillingandAbleMentoringProgram/index.htm The Willing and Able Mentoring (WAM) Program matches job seekers or tertiary students who have a disability with mentors in leading organisations in the job seekers or students’ field of interest. 
Where Women Want To Work http://www.wherewomenwanttowork.com/top50 Survey of female friendly work places (general) 
Westpac http://graduates.westpacgroup.com.au Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2012. WOB Traffic Light Index = Green. Diversity Council of Australia Member. World's Most Ethical (WME) Companies 2012. 
*** Thoughtworks http://www.thoughtworks.com GGC Supporter. EOWA Employer of Choice for Women 2011, 2012 
ThoughtWare http://www.thoughtware.com.au/index.php CEO Sonja Bernhardt - 2011 Australia Day Medal of the Order of Australia for services to the IT industry. 
*** Telstra http://careers.telstra.com/Women-at-Telstra.aspx GGC Supporter. Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2012. Diversity Council of Australia Partner. WOB Traffic Light Index = Green. 32% Women in Senior Management. Disability Program.  
TechnologyOne http://www.technologyonecorp.com/ Word of mouth from industry and Women in Technology (Queensland, Australia) 
*** Suncorp http://www.suncorp.com.au/corporate/careers/graduate-program Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2012. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
*** Reading Room http://www.readingroom.com.au GGC Industry Ambassador. CEO is Margaret Manning. ~30% females and ~50% at management level.  
Readify http://readify.net Recommended by Women In Technology QLD (WIT); Top 50 'Great Places to Work' in 2010, 2011 
* Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) http://www.pwc.com.au/careers/student/programs/index.htm Employer of Choice For Women (EOCFW) 2012. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
Origin http://www.originenergy.com.au/2867/Apprenticeships-students WOB Traffic Light Index = Amber 2.3. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
NetApp http://www.netapp.com/au/company/our-story/great-place-to-work Ranked #6 FORTUNE’s 100 Best Companies to Work for List, Ranked #3 World's Best Multinational Workplaces, No 3. Best Places to Work in Australia (2011). 23% Women in Senior Management. http://www.netapp.com/au/careers/life/diversity-inclusion.html 
* National Australia Bank (NAB) http://oms.nab.com.au/grads/index.html Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2012. WOB Traffic Light Index = Green. Diversity Council of Australia Member. World's Most Ethical (WME) Companies 2012. 
** Microsoft http://careers.microsoft.com/careers/en/au/student.aspx GGC Supporter. Employer of Choice For Women (EOCFW) 2012. #1 World's Best Multinational Workplace. World's Most Ethical (WME) Companies 2012. Contributions to FITT (Australia). GM in Australia is a female. 40 hours /yr per employee for voluntary work.  
* KPMG http://www.kpmg.com/AU/en/JoinUs/Graduates-Students/Pages/default.aspx Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2012. Top 10 Companies for Women (2011) - NAFE. Diversity Council of Australia Member. Disability Program.  
Intel http://www.intel.com/jobs/students #14 World's Best Multinational Workplace. 12.7% Women in Senior Management. Top 50 Companies for Women (2011) - NAFE. World's Most Ethical (WME) Companies 2012. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/company-overview/diversity-at-intel.html 
* IBM (Australia) http://www.ibm.com Employer of Choice For Women (EOCFW) 2011, 2012. IBM proactively seeks to employ graduates and professionals with a disability. Top 50 Companies for Women (2011) - NAFE. Diversity Council of Australia Partner. History of contributing to Girl Geek Dinners, WIT, OZWIT and AWISE. Disability Program. http://www-07.ibm.com/employment/au/diversity/ 
Great Places to Work  http://www.greatplacetowork.com.au The best companies to work for. (Australia & Multinationals) 
Graduate Careers http://www.graduatecareers.com.au Graduate opportunities in Australia 
Grad Connection http://www.gradconnection.com.au "Connecting you to Employers" - (based in Australia) 
*** Google (Australia) http://www.google.com.au/intl/en/jobs/students GGC Industry Ambassador. Active pursuit of balanced ratio of gender in the workplace. Sponsors of GGD, GGC, OZWIT, and Anita Borg Scholarship. No 1. Best Places to Work in Australia (2011) 
Freehill http://www.freehills.com.au/212.aspx EOWA Employer of Choice for Women 2011, 2012.  
* Ernst & Young http://www.ey.com/ Employer of Choice for Women 2011, 2012. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
Ebay http://www.ebaycareers.com/ World's Most Ethical (WME) Companies  
* Deutsche Bank http://www.db.com/careers/content/en/your_opportunities.html GGC Supporter. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
** Deloitte http://mycareer.deloitte.com/au/en/students/programs GGC Supporter. Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2011, 2012. #26 Best Places to Work in Australia 2011. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
Datacom http://www.datacom.com.au Recommended by Women In Technology QLD (WIT) 
Data 3 http://www.data3.com Recommended by Women In Technology QLD (WIT) 
* Commonwealth Bank Australia (CBA) http://www.commbank.com.au/about-us/careers/graduate-recruitment Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2012. WOB Traffic Light Index = Green. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
Citigroup http://icg.citi.com//icg/sa/recruiting/index.jsp Employer of Choice For Women (EOCFW). Top 50 Employers for Women (2011) - NAFE. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
Cisco www.cisco.com/go/universityjobs Top 50 Companies for Women (2011) - NAFE. #6 World's Best Multinational Workplaces. 16% Women in Senior Management. Partner with Anita Borg Institute  
BankWest http://www.bankwesttalent.com.au Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2012. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
** Avanade http://www.avanade.com/en-au/careers/working-at-avanade/Pages/diversity.aspx GGC Supporter. Avanade was created by Accenture and Microsoft® in 2000. 
** Atlassian http://www.atlassian.com/company/careers/graduates GGC Supporter (& GGD). #5 Best Places to Work in Australia 2011. 
ANZ http://www.anz.com/about-us/careers/graduate-intern-program Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2012. Diversity Council of Australia Partner. WOB Traffic Light Index = Green. Disability Program.  
AMP https://www.amp.com.au/graduate Employer of Choice For Women (EOCFW) 2012. WOB Traffic Light Index = Amber 2.1. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
American Express http://careers.americanexpress.com/students Anita Borg Top Company For Technical Women Award 2012. Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) 2012. Top 10 Companies for Women (2011) - NAFE. #12 World's Best Multinational Workplace. 43% Women in Senior Management. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
AGL http://www.agl.com.au/about/careers/meet-our-people/Pages/Bhawna-Kapoor.aspx Employer of Choice For Women (WOCFW) 2012. WOB Traffic Light Index = Amber 2.3. Diversity Council of Australia Member.  
* AECOM http://www.aecom.com/Careers/Diversity+and+Inclusion GGC Supporter. Employer of Choice For Women 2012 (EOCFW) 
** Accenture http://careers.accenture.com/au-en/Pages/index.aspx GGC Supporter. Top 50 Companies for Women (2011) - NAFE. 16% Women in Senior Management. Diversity Council of Australia Member. World's Most Ethical (WME) Companies 2012. World's Most Ethical (WME) Companies 2012. 
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