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Driven to push the boundaries of workplace practises and pioneer new ways of working, Charter Hall is proud to be recognised as one of Australia and New Zealand’s Best Places to Work.
The prestigious annual list, published by The Australian Financial Review and Boss Magazine, is based on an employee survey and written submission, and is assessed by Australia’s leading behavioural science consultancy, Inventium.
Charter Hall was ranked second on the Property, Construction and Transport list, from nearly 700 nominated organisations across Australia and New Zealand.
Charter Hall Managing Director and Group CEO, Mr David Harrison, said:
“We are thrilled to be named on the 2021 AFR BOSS Best Places to Work List. It is a testament to our diverse and inclusive culture, which enables our people to be their best self, and do their best work.
“As leaders in property and funds management, everything we do is about building better futures for our customers and communities, and that commitment is shared with our people.
"Choice is an important feature of our employee offering, it is predicated on employees knowing themselves and how they work best and using that to inform how they work, how they learn and grow and what benefits they access.
“Check ins, feedback and goal setting underpin our performance culture and growth mindset. Goals are aligned to business strategy whilst still being personalised for each individual. We prize agility and update goals regularly as circumstances change.”
Charter Hall was recognised as an industry leader for its efforts in flexible work practices, career development, diversity and inclusion polices, wellbeing initiatives and employee engagement.
Charter Hall Chief Experience Officer Ms Natalie Devlin, said:
“We have a genuine desire to see our people perform at their best and advance their careers. By leveraging the breadth of our unique operating model, we can accelerate our people’s growth and potential, offering them a number of careers within the same organisation.
“We do this by focusing on critical experiences, role rotations and learning through iterating and sharing with others, helping us grow as a business and make Charter Hall a great place to work.”
Being named on the 2021 AFR BOSS Best Places to Work List, is the latest workplace accolade for Charter Hall, who earlier this year were recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. Charter Hall was also one of the first organisations globally to achieve a WELL Portfolio Score from the International WELL Building Institute, for its leadership in advancing health and wellness in the office sector.
The AFR's interview with David Harrison can be read here.
Find out more about what it's like to work at Charter Hall here.