Cultural & Linguistic Diversity at Fujitsu
At Fujitsu, they believe in the power of human difference to create a better future in a digital and diverse world. They understand that the insights of many voices will make Fujitsu stronger and more innovative. Fujitsu strives to be a place where everyone can be completely themselves.
Fujitsu's mission is to create a workforce that reflects the diverse nature of the Australian and New Zealand communities. They are committed to implementing strategies aimed at making team members feel supported with access to the tools needed to flourish in their careers. Their Diversity and Inclusion policy covers five key pillars: Disability, Fujitsu Pride, Gender, Generational, and Culture and Reconciliation.
Fujitsu welcomes all applicants, regardless of, for example, gender, ethnicity, age and sexual orientation to apply for their Graduate Program.
Fujitsu is ambitious to be a global leader in workplace diversity. Their diversity and inclusion group’s generational pillar aims to nurture and promote connected relationships across all generations at Fujitsu.
A recently launched initiative is the Reverse Mentoring Program, which sees Graduates and experienced colleagues get the chance to mentor executive leadership members. This program was designed to give Graduates an opportunity to share their insights, experiences and bring a fresh perspective on their business, strategy and culture. This program provides leaders with the opportunity to deepen their insights into diversity and inclusion and allows feedback to be received in a safe space.
Fujitsu’s Next Generation Network (NGN) is another example of a Generational focused program. It runs across Australia and New Zealand, where NGN ambassadors lead roundtable sessions and events such as trivia, boxing, fun runs, fitness boot camps, pub quizzes and speed networking that aim to include employees across different generations.
Fujitsu supports the Young Enterprise Trust in New Zealand, which fosters entrepreneurship and financial literacy of young New Zealanders.