AMWU WANTS GENDER EQUALITY IN TRADES
Women are notably underrepresented in manufacturing trades such as automotive mechanics and electricians (3.5%), mechanical engineers (1%), panel beaters and vehicle body builders (3.4%). Having more women in the workplace has been shown to boost productivity levels, increase job satisfaction, increase employee retention and increase team building. AMWU has partnered with Bendigo Kangan Institute to improve career pathways for women in historically male-dominated trades.
WANT TO PARTNER WITH US?
Do you believe everyone deserves a fair go in the workplace, regardless of gender? Do you want to see more women on the tools?
Employers can make a difference by:
- Providing site visits to high school girls interested in apprenticeships.
- Presenting at upcoming Women's Networking Forums about apprenticeship opportunities.
- Recruiting women who've come through the program into current apprenticeship positions!
Employer contact form:
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD: 'How to create a supportive workplace for women'
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