CSR + Diversity & Inclusion

To Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, being a responsible business means investing in a diverse, safe, and engaged workforce, adding value to the communities in which we work, ensuring high ethical standards in our value chain, and being a leader in sustainability. As one of the largest ICT companies in the region, we have a big role to play.

Diversity & Inclusion

At Fujitsu we value bringing together skills and insights regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, values, beliefs, disabilities, sexual preference and religion. By creating an inclusive workplace we want employees to feel that:

  • Your ideas and opinions are heard
  • You are respected as individuals
  • You have fair and equal access to opportunities based on merit
  • Everybody can bring their whole selves to work
  • You are able to add value and perform to your full potential
  • You work more cohesively in teams
  • We are more creative and innovative together


Our Diversity & Inclusion Council

Fujitsu Oceania’s Diversity & Inclusion Council was established in March 2016. The council plays a key role in identifying, advising and driving strategies and initiatives that make Fujitsu a place where the richness of ideas, backgrounds and perspectives of its people can be harnessed for the best for both our employees and of course our customers.
The council meets on a regular basis and is chaired by our CEO. Our D&I Council members are:

Advisors
Assisting the Executive Leadership Team with the development and implementation of diversity and inclusion strategies, objectives, policies and initiatives; and reporting progress as we go.

Advocates
The council members are your trusted go to point for staff who have any ideas, questions or concerns.

Ambassadors
Ensure that there is consistency in terms of the initiatives and strategies we’ll implement across all Delivery Units. They also build networks across the organisation for people to get engaged in different initiatives.

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