We support our team members to choose what works best for them, whether that be full time, part time, casual or compressed hours. Those working in our community based and residential roles can set shifts to work around their personal commitments and external pursuits. Accommodating school drop-off and pick-up, study, sports, hobbies, and health and wellbeing activities are just a few examples of how employees utilise this flexibility. Depending on the role, some people also take advantage of our hybrid workplace model, splitting their contact hours between the office and their home or another remote location. In addition, we build fluidity into our organisational structure so that if a team member’s circumstances change, we can adapt and modify working arrangements accordingly.
Our flexible working culture promotes a healthy work-life balance, helping our valued employees ‘fill their cup’ both at work and at home.