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Australian Taxation Office (ATO)

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Gender Equality at Australian Taxation Office (ATO)

As an employee at the ATO, you can join a range of diversity employee networks which bring together employees with shared interests in a safe space.

ATO is committed to achieve gender parity across all levels in our organisation. We recognise that to attract and retain the best talent, we need a senior leadership cohort to reflect the diversity of our workforce.

They’ve set representation targets to achieve 50/50 gender representation at senior levels of the agency – and we are proud to say we have met those targets with female representation at the senior leadership level now approximately 50%.

The ATO continues to embed long term cultural change through innovative, flexible work practices and leadership to drive and sustain gender equality. We acknowledge that everyone has a role to play to create an inclusive workplace, where assumptions are questioned and barriers removed to ensure equitable outcomes, regardless of gender.

It is essential that we continue to strive beyond demographic targets and make sure we are creating an environment where everyone, men, women and people who are gender diverse, is able to bring their best to the ATO, can speak up and have equal access to opportunities in the workplace.