Suncorp is a leading financial services provider with approximately nine million customers, employing close to 13,300 people across Australia and New Zealand and $99 billion in assets. We offer a broad range of products and services spanning banking, wealth management and insurance solutions from across our many brands including Suncorp, AAMI, GIO, Apia, Shannons, Terri Sheer, CIL, Vero and Bingle. Our focus is to provide choice and make it easier for our customers to take positive action to improve their financial wellbeing.
Suncorp has been recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) for the sixth year in a row. This recognised Suncorp’s focus on being a leader for workplace gender equality and building an inclusive culture. We aim to ensure equality in pay, flexible working, access to promotion, development, career opportunities and representation at all levels of the organisation. This approach has enabled us to reach and maintain gender balance across our leadership population and includes female representation of 44 per cent for senior leaders and 50 per cent for Non-Executive Directors.
Suncorp focuses on inclusion, gender, age and cultural diversity to shape an inclusive workplace where everyone is able to be themselves, feel valued, involved and respected for their perspectives and contributions. We believe inclusion contributes to our purpose of creating a better today for our customers, communities, people and shareholders.
Suncorp’s FY19 Diversity and Inclusion strategy focuses on:
- Inclusion – to be the most inclusive place to work in Australia by providing an open, inclusive and accessible work environment.
- Gender Equality – to be an industry leader in driving gender equality at all levels of the organisation.
- Age Diversity – to better reflect the Australian and New Zealand workforce, support mature age employees and be an employer of choice for mature age employees.
- Cultural Diversity – to increase cultural diversity by providing employment opportunities to Indigenous Australians, refugees and migrants with humanitarian need, alighned with Suncorp’s RAP and FIAP.