Diversity & inclusion
Inclusive, diverse and belonging culture
We are committed to building an inclusive BINGO Family where our team of GOgetters feel safe to be themselves and supported to achieve their best. As a business we know that we only reap the benefits of a diverse workforce when employees feel comfortable to be themselves at work, express their unique perspectives and contribute ideas. We believe the diversity of our customers, stakeholders and the communities in which we operate should be reflected in our diverse team.
Our Initiatives & Goals
Implementing our diversity and inclusion framework
Continuing to support flexible work arrangements
Launching our second Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Our diverse workforce
We value and leverage diversity in our workforce. Only 31.4% of our employees identify as having Australian ancestry. We have over 30 First Nations GOgetters and a large portion of our team are of African, Middle Eastern and South Pacific Island decent. And we’re proud to provide career opportunities for people who have sought refuge in Australia, are unskilled or come from non-English speaking backgrounds.
At BINGO we have a long-term target of 50% female representation on our Board and we’re targeting greater than 50% female representation across senior management.
Promoting gender diversity
Inclusion and diversity are part of our BINGO DNA. We’re committed to generating opportunities for women in our great waste industry. BINGO’s gender diversity targets aim for women to account for more than 25% of senior leadership. Initiatives that support this focus include succession planning, career development, and mentoring and recruitment activities. We will also continue to evaluate our promotion, pay and performance results to identify any gender pay equality issues.
Pushing for a waste free Australia
BINGO diverted 15,595 tonnes of Timber from landfill last year, this is equivalent to removing 2,352 cars worth of carbon emissions for one year