HRM TV: Make your workplace more inclusive?


When working in public sector agencies, Stephen Walker took on an active role in advocating for greater inclusion and diversity. Walker shares his advice for those looking to foster and promote an inclusive workplace, and explains why it makes good business sense.

Stephen Walker spoke at the 2014 AHRI Inclusion and Diversity Conference. The 2015 conference takes place in Sydney in May. Find out more.

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Martin Wandmaker
Martin Wandmaker
7 years ago

The audio quality wasnt great – the musical interludes were MUCH loder than the spoken voice.

Sally Black
Sally Black
7 years ago

How to make this video more inclusive:

Provide a transcript so that those who are deaf or hard of hearing can access it.

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Rachael Brown, HRM Online
6 years ago

Hi Martin and Sally – Thanks for your feedback. Apologies about the sound quality, I hope we’ve provided improved sound in our videos since this one was released. However, we do think the points Stephen makes are valuable if you can get past the sound. A transcript is available below: When working in public sector agencies, Stephen Walker took on an active role in advocating for greater inclusion and diversity. Walker shares his advice for those looking to foster and promote an inclusive workplace, and explains why it makes good business sense. When working in public sector agencies, Stephen Walker, Workforce… Read more »

Marcia Grant
Marcia Grant
6 years ago

A tremendous, clear message and its achievable!

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HRM TV: Make your workplace more inclusive?


When working in public sector agencies, Stephen Walker took on an active role in advocating for greater inclusion and diversity. Walker shares his advice for those looking to foster and promote an inclusive workplace, and explains why it makes good business sense.

Stephen Walker spoke at the 2014 AHRI Inclusion and Diversity Conference. The 2015 conference takes place in Sydney in May. Find out more.

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4 Comments
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Martin Wandmaker
Martin Wandmaker
7 years ago

The audio quality wasnt great – the musical interludes were MUCH loder than the spoken voice.

Sally Black
Sally Black
7 years ago

How to make this video more inclusive:

Provide a transcript so that those who are deaf or hard of hearing can access it.

Rachael Brown, HRM Online
Admin
Rachael Brown, HRM Online
6 years ago

Hi Martin and Sally – Thanks for your feedback. Apologies about the sound quality, I hope we’ve provided improved sound in our videos since this one was released. However, we do think the points Stephen makes are valuable if you can get past the sound. A transcript is available below: When working in public sector agencies, Stephen Walker took on an active role in advocating for greater inclusion and diversity. Walker shares his advice for those looking to foster and promote an inclusive workplace, and explains why it makes good business sense. When working in public sector agencies, Stephen Walker, Workforce… Read more »

Marcia Grant
Marcia Grant
6 years ago

A tremendous, clear message and its achievable!

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