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The EEO Trust

The Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) Trust is a national body mandated by government to provide support to employers around the issue of equal opportunities and diversity in the workplace. 

The EEO Trust assists employers in introducing and managing proven EEO thinking and practices, encourages diversity by promoting the recruitment and development of people on the basis of merit and generates awareness of the business benefits and rewards of an inclusive workplace.

Based in Auckland, the EEO Trust works with employers around New Zealand providing the latest resources, ideas and information to support workplaces to achieve success through effectively managing diversity. The EEO Trust is resourced by fees from member organisations and Government contributions. It is governed by a Board of Trustees. 

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Our Diversity platforms 

 

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Join us for our next Diversity Breakfast with special guest speaker entrepreneur, chef, dietitian and author Nadia Lim.

Hear about her recent success with fast growing and healthy food service delivery business, My Food Bag, touted as New Zealand’s most successful start-up business in 2013 and recently launched in Australia.

Nadia will discuss the importance of nutrition, health and well-being in the workplace and how these relate to performance and productivity.

The Diversity Breakfast Series is proudly brought to you by the EEO Trust in association with the Auckland Chamber of Commerce. Why not take time out of your busy schedule to reflect on what it takes to feed your business and look after it; and also take the opportunity to network with other business professionals. 

Register your place now and be in with a chance to win a signed copy of Nadia's "Good Food Cook Book"! 

Book tickets here

The Great generational shift 

Women in their twenties and early thirties are best placed to be the first to break the glass ceiling, according to recent research from global talent solutions company Hudson. According to the results, which analysed 28,000 psychometirc tests from across 20 different countries, younger females scored 18 per cent higher than Generation Y males on organisation skills, 10 per cent higher on people skills and 12 per cent higher on social confidence. This report suggests that as 60-year-old Baby Boomers work alongside Generation X employees in their forties, as well as twenty-somethings of Generation Y, tomorrow’s leaders will need “a completely different, and more relevant” set of skills. Read the full report here. 

EEO Trust library and location

Our fantastic new diversity library, is located on Level 1, 100 Mayoral Drive, Auckland, and we look forward to welcoming any EEO Trust members who feel like dropping in to discuss workplace diversity initiatives. If you are an EEO Trust member and do not yet have a library membership, email library@eeotrust.org.nz to recieve the benefits of membership to New Zealand's largest diversity library. 

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Events coming soon 

Diversity Overview (Booked OUT)

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Date:Friday 31st  October

Time: 9:00am – 1:30pm

Investment: Complimentary   

Venue:Level 1, 100 Mayoral Drive, Auckland CBD 

To Book: events@eeotrust.org.nz                                                                                    

This half-day workshop is free and aims to give you an overview about the benefits of practicing Diversity in the workplace, and how to address various topics and/or issues that can arise.  You will learn about cultural diversity, the benefits of working with your aged workers in a time of labour shortage, along with our younger workforce. Other diversity platforms will be covered using winning examples from our Diversity Awards that include, gender, lifestyle choices, religious beliefs, parental leave and more.

This session also includes an introduction to dealing with workplace bullying and harassment as well as the merits of workplace wellness initiatives.  You will also hear about unconscious bias and how to avoid it.

Our facilitator Skot Barnett will give you some tips to take away and get started. Skot also specialises in employment strategies for businesses to recruit and cultivate the skills of people from all groups. 

 

Diversity Group Meeting – Providing flexibility for working parents 

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Time: 1.30pm - 2.30pm

Venue: EEO Training Room, Level 1 , 100 Mayoral Drive Auckland

Cost: Free for Members, $25 + GST Non Members

To book:  events@eeotrust.org.nz

Join us for this capsule learning session during your lunch hour and find out more about the importance of effective flexible work practices that can enhance engagement, improve productivity and increase retention particularly amongst the legions of employees who have another job outside of work; parenting.

Facilitated by experienced trainer Jayne Muller with special guest speaker Aaron Andrew from Andrew Stewart Ltd. - winners of the ANZ and EEO Trust Diversity Awards NZ 2014 Work Life Balance Award. 

Recent stories from our Social Media

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17/10/14 Overcoming unconscious bias when recruiting Facebook logo 20x20

15/10/14 Women in their 20's and early 30's are best placed to be the first to break the glass ceiling Facebook logo 20x20

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12/10/14 Women in tech: IT industry behind pace in addressing gender balance twitter-bird-white-on-blue - 20x20

6/10/14 Men only: Iceland to lead conference on gender equality, no women invited twitter-bird-white-on-blue - 20x20

3/10/14 Congratulations to all the winners at the UN WEP's White Camellia Awards Facebook logo 20x20

2/10/14 Michael Barnett: Leaders defined by ability to deliver - not sexuality Facebook logo 20x20 twitter-bird-white-on-blue - 20x20

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