AWEI and Ongoing Data Analysis

The AWEI Employee Survey, which accompanies the Australian Workplace Equality Index every year, is Australia’s richest source of annual and local data that focuses on both; LGBTI inclusion initiatives and the impact of these initiatives on employees, regardless of how they identify. Participation in this optional employee survey has increased every year since it’s initial release.

To utilise this data, Pride in Diversity annually publishes a series of data materials, videos and blogs under the heading of AWEI PRACTICE POINTS. This helps to keep those within the Diversity & Inclusion profession informed and current in LGBTI workplace inclusion. This data driven analysis and commentary would also be of immense value to network leaders, and those responsible for training within your organisation and executive.

You can view each of the Practice Points here on this page below or sign up to the Practice Points mailing list to ensure that you receive any data as it is released, direct to your email.

 

Practice Points (based on 2019 AWEI Employee Survey)

4 October 2019 CALD Employees One of our strategic initiatives is to take a deep look at intersectionality in the workplace, for the purpose of understanding the unique experiences and challenges faced by LGBTIQ people who come from a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background.

Click here to open this edition.

25 September LGBTIQ+ Women In this edition of AWEI Practice Points, we aim to understand the dual challenges for LGBTIQ+ women; of being both a woman in the workplace and of diverse sexuality, gender, or intersex variation. We investigate the data from Where are all the women? and compare findings from the 2019 AWEI Survey to determine any shifts or additional insights.

Click here to open this edition.

12 September Allies in the Workplace In this edition of AWEI Practice Points, we focus on allies in the workplace; how they identify as an ally, how active they are as an ally, and reasons why they may not identify as an ally. We also look at the difference allies make to LGBTIQ employees and their overall sense of inclusion.

Click here to open this edition.

28 August Being Out & Open: Engagement Data

 

In this edition of AWEI Practice Points, we look at the changing numbers of those who are out in the workplace. We also note why our focus on these numbers should be different for Trans & Gender Diverse People and how being out in the workplace impacts engagement data.

Click here to open this edition.

Keep up to date with all the latest notifications, includes tips, reminders, press releases, reminders by joining our AWEI Mailing List. Click here to register.

For more information on the AWEI and Australian LGBTI Inclusion Awards event, please contact the Pride in Diversity office on (02) 9206 2139.

 

Practice Points Mailing List

Keep up to date with all the latest notifications, includes tips, reminders, press releases, reminders by joining our Practice Points Mailing List. Click here to register.