- Company size
- Sydney, Australia
|Will discuss flexible working arrangements while interviewing|
|Mean gender pay gap||49%|
|Median gender pay gap||41%|
|Paid primary carer||26 weeks|
|Minimum tenure maternity||6 months. Employees with 26 weeks' continuous service by end of the 15th week before the expected week of childbirth will be eligible for Macquarie's enhanced maternity pay.|
|Paid secondary carer||2 weeks|
|Minimum tenure paternity||6 months. Employees with 26 weeks' continuous service by end of the 15th week before the expected week of childbirth will be eligible for paid paternity leave.|
|Uses gender-neutral parental language|
|Shared parental pay set at government statutory pay||No|
|Continues pension payments whilst on unpaid leave|
|Return to work retention|
|Has return to work programs|
|Has domestic violence policy||No|
|Has opportunities to purchase leave|
|Has employee assistance program|
|Has breastfeeding rooms|
|Has leadership development programs|
|Has mentoring opportunities|
|Has coaching programs|
|Has women in leadership targets||No|
|Has BAME targets|
|Accommodates cultural and religious events|
|Has employee led diversity networks|
|Has internal women's networking groups|
|Employee engagement scores|
|Employee turnover rate|
|Paid volunteer days||No. Whilst we don't have a formal volunteer day policy, we provide employees with support (such as time off) to engage with volunteering programmes during their working hours and in particular to help/engage with Macquarie's Group Foundation. Macquarie's Group Foundation supports not-for-profit organisations globally.|
|Other||There are a wide range of initiatives to note; an annual 'Returner' programme, Women in Finance events for students, participation in the FTSE 100 cross company montoring programme, 30% club mentoring programme (Women Ahead), parental leave training for managers, conscious decision making training, coaching support for maternity leavers, a global D&I staff survey, Flex Week to promote flexible working, partnerships with Women in Banking & Finance, Talking Talent and City Parents.|
Macquarie is a diversified financial group providing clients with asset management and finance, banking, advisory and risk and capital solutions across debt, equity and commodities.
We are a uniquely diverse business with deep specialist expertise. We work with top-tier firms, small businesses and emerging leaders, governments and community organisations. Whether it’s a share transaction or an infrastructure project, what we do has impact.
Work with us and you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference.
Diversity at Macquarie
In each one of our offices around the world you’ll find individuals with different skills, experiences and ways of thinking. While we each have our own unique story, we are united by a culture of collaboration, innovation and high performance. A career at Macquarie means an opportunity to build your future while contributing to ours.
We value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. Macquarie's range of experiences, skills and views are key strengths and critical to the wide range of services the Group delivers across the globe as well as understanding the communities in which we operate.
Macquarie’s ongoing commitment to workforce diversity ensures our business remains innovative, sustainable and continues to meet the evolving needs of our clients.
Women at Macquarie
Macquarie is committed to ensuring our people have access to the same rewards, resources and opportunities, regardless of gender, and actively participates in women’s sponsorship, mentoring and networking programs, both internally and externally in all regions.
At Macquarie, we pride ourselves on our ability to realise opportunity – and to make it happen within a diverse and inclusive team environment. Gender is an important aspect of our much broader diversity opportunity. We show our support in different ways with many different events and activities across our global offices.
Our workforce is becoming increasingly diverse, and technology continues to evolve to allow greater freedom to perform work from different locations and in different ways. Macquarie aims to facilitate flexible working arrangements where possible to support our people achieve their career and personal goals.
Because we recognise that working flexibly means different things to different people, flexible working exists across Macquarie in many forms. A flexible working arrangement may include for example, changes to hours, locations and patterns of work, or access to leave without pay, study and exam leave or a range of other flexible options dependent on circumstance and feasibility.
Ultimately, we empower our staff to manage their professional commitments to suit their own personal situation, and equip our people managers to lead a flexible workforce.
Our Returner Programme is an opportunity for you to re-integrate yourself into the financial services sector after a career break.
Over the 20 week programme, you will gain valuable experience and insight into your chosen business area.
After an in-depth induction, you’ll be working closely with the team enabling you to work on projects that match your skills and experience.
Meet our team