Author: Barry Scott / Published Date: 4 November 2014
For ten years we’ve been looking after thousands of drivers, all over the country from our HQ in Sydney. Just last week that changed, as our trailblazers Maree Dobbs and
Anusha Jogi opened up Autopia's Melbourne office.
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Author: Barry Scott / Published Date: 31 October 2014
At Autopia we're not just car lovers, excited by novated
leases and chattel mortgages, we're also into healthy living. And what better way to start the day at the office, than having a wonderful serve of bircher muesli, topped with
handmade fruit compotes from Artisan Oats.
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Author: Barry Scott / Published Date: 1 October 2014
Brilliant! Just launched by DDB, shining light on an issue that's close to our hearts.
Autopia are working with Julie McKay, Executive Director of UN Women Australia, on a program of Roundtable events that highlight inequality in the work place.
A series of white paper documents will be produced, and if you’re interested in receiving any, or indeed attending any of the events click here for more details - however please note there is limited availability.
Author: Barry Scott / Published Date: 30 September 2014
Autopia hosted the second in a program of Roundtable events focussing on gender diversity last month - Where is the merit in the Gender Diversity Debate?
Julie McKay, Executive Director of UN Women Australia
Senior HR professionals attended an intimate lunch with Julie McKay, Executive Director of UN Women Australia, and were challenged to consider whether their organisation is a meritocracy, or really just another case of merit existing only in the eyes of the beholder.
The session explored the nature of merit in business, and provided recommendations on how productivity can be maximised.
- Who defines and bestows merit?
- What happened to the level playing field?
- What is the future of the meritocracy?
- Do targets and quotas undermine merit?
UN Women & Autopia are co-producing a series of white paper documents throughout the program, and if you're interested in receiving any of these click here.
If you would like to attend the next event click here,
however please note there is limited availability.
- Wednesday 15th October 2014 - Melbourne
Where is the merit in the Gender Diversity Debate?
Julie McKay - Executive Director, UN Women Australia
Author: Barry Scott / Published Date: 21 August 2014
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