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Programmed Partners with Tradeswomen Australia: Paving the Way for Gender Equality

Feb 20, 2024

As we approach International Women’s Day, it’s crucial to highlight the strides being made towards gender equality in traditionally male-dominated industries. Programmed is proud to collaborate with Tradeswomen Australia (TWA) and Victoria University in contributing to a recently released report. The report includes a practical ‘Guide for Action’ to attract and retain women as leaders.

TWA, a not-for-profit entity dedicated to advancing gender equality in the trades, has been a champion for the participation of women in the industry since 2019. Their partnership with Programmed reflects a mutual commitment to boost the presence and continuity of women in the trades.

The partnership between Programmed and TWA aims to promote inclusivity and support women in non-traditional roles within the industry; both organisations are paving the way for a more diverse and inclusive workforce.

Let’s continue championing diversity and inclusivity in the workplace, not just on International Women’s Day but every day. Together, we can create a more equitable and empowering environment for all.

To find out more, download the report here.

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