Slattery was delighted to win the PWC Award for Best Diversity <250 Employees in the 2018 Property Council of Australia/ Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards. This is the most prestigious property awards program in Australia, promoting excellence in design and innovation in the built environment.
The award caps off a sterling year which saw Sarah Slattery appointed to the role of Managing Director, the only Australian quantity surveying firm to be led by a woman. Sarah Slattery commented, “Slattery has always fostered an inclusive and diverse culture. We are proud that half of our company’s growth sector leaders are women and 42% of our workforce is female, including four of our Directors. We are equally proud of having an age-diverse (from 21-73 years) and multicultural team (20+ cultural backgrounds) which we continue to proactively develop. We believe diversity adds strength and unique expertise to our team and enables Slattery to flourish.”
Slattery is committed to achieving a workplace that reflects today’s Australia and we believe our clients are the beneficiaries of this approach. Slattery Founder, Peter Slattery built an inclusive culture from the outset to power creativity and spark innovation.
At Slattery, embracing diversity involves recognising that each team member has different drivers. Working with these drivers contributes to a valued workplace and leads to success. This has become a key part of our progressive growth strategy and helps shape a dynamic team who work across all sectors of property, construction and infrastructure.
Slattery earned the judges’ applause for building a business with diversity at its heart.