Creating opportunities for everyone regardless of background and differing abilities is a value close to our hearts. We have been heavily involved in continuous conversations with Down Syndrome WA to create opportunities and an inclusive work environment for people living with Down Syndrome. We are delighted to welcome our first trainee into Globe facilitating the 18-month trainee program with our teammate achieving a Certificate II in Customer Service in the process
I’ve worked in many global / multi-national companies throughout my career before this; but have only now experienced how wonderfully you all work as one, and support each other despite the differences in location, time and culture. It is very heartening to see you driving an excellent work culture across physical boundaries. Truly commendable!
Dress for Success is an international not-for-profit organisation that aims to empower financially disadvantaged women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help them thrive and succeed. Globe 24-7 was so delighted to host our own donation drive where the whole Perth, Australia office got involved in donating professional corporate workwear.
We have launched a series of developmental masterclasses where our diversely experienced team provides support, mentoring, and expertise to women which will potentially lead to an invitation of new opportunities and enable them to move forward and achieve self-sufficiency through gainful employment.
Supporting Mental Health Awareness Week, our EMEA team hosted various heart-warming activities to raise awareness and promote mental health. The team completed a Walkathon, walking 357,100 steps raising a total of £810! During the week, the team ran team building and exercise activities, including Wednesday Yoga which they run each week.
We’ve supported Times Change Women’s Employment Service, a non-profit community agency helping women reach their employment goals.
We’re proud to have donated packages to women’s shelters in Papua New Guinea. The facilities provide a lifeline for vulnerable women and children who have experienced domestic violence, abuse, and homelessness. The shelters are important to providing safe spaces, shelter, and support services for women and children in need.