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How managers can support autistic employees

One in 100 Australians are autistic. It’s time we learnt more about autism and how we can best support employees.

Help is at hand

Your child is physically safe and healthy after a near drowning. But the mind can take longer to heal. Here is how to ask for help.

A rising star who bleeds blue

A young professional at ANZ explains what heading to Sibos 2023 means for her – and ANZ’s commitment to female talent.

Bringing compassion and ingenuity to families who need it most

In the vast expanse of rural Australia, two ANZ customers address the challenges families face in accessing quality healthcare. These are the inspiring stories of a compassionate community at work.

Life lessons as a Matilda

The little girl playing amid teams of boys became the Matilda facing hostile crowds in the world’s biggest stadiums. Now at ANZ, Selin Kuralay shares her journey and the lessons learnt.

How re-purposing our devices is helping save lives

An estimated 2.2 million people – or 11.8 per cent of Australian adults – have experienced violence from a partner. Repurposing old mobile phones can help victims start a new life.

Bae: more than a ‘cute idea’

Inspired by an overseas jaunt, Bae Juice is now stocked in major retailers across Australia and the US.

Helping stars to shine

Family commitments. Volunteering. Study. A good manager recognises these commitments do not stop a talented workforce stepping up.

Smashing through barriers

World champion athlete. Community advocate. Loving husband. Don’t tell James McQuillan that disability brings limitations.

Juggling the stresses of work and managing a family

An angry toddler has thrown pasta at the wall, and you have a Teams meeting in five minutes. Welcome to life as a working parent. But you are not alone. Some ANZ parents describe their survival tactics.

A new national chapter for Saver Plus

Saving is a learned behaviour that does not come easy to some. This new digital program is showing people how to learn the basics.

When the whole is greater than the sum of its parts

Anyone hiring? In a tight labour market and amid a war for talent, job-sharing arrangements could provide companies and employees with a win-win situation.

Every culture has a legendary archer…ANZ’s is Kat Ramos

Kat Ramos is cool, calm and collected whether she’s shooting an arrow or outsmarting cyber criminals. Physical and mental focus is her game.

Building an organisation people want to join

The rules of attraction when you are building a business are crucial, it means good people will want to work for you.

The legacy of Joe Johnson - Celebrating our Indigenous Elders

The leaders of yesteryear are inspiring diversity and inclusion in technology