Holden Named 2012 Employer of Choice for Women

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When people buy a car many of them think about the male engineers and designers that brought their contribution to the creation of their vehicle, maybe overlooking the important role the women have in the process. Thus, we are here to bring you the latest news related to this: Holden was recently named a 2012 Employer of Choice for Women.
The Australian automaker received the award in a ceremony that was held by the Federal Government’s Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA), in recognition for the fact that the carmakers has been implementing a number of projects that promote workplace diversity and flexibility.

To be more precise, women currently account for a bit under 13 per cent of Holden’s total workforce, 20 per cent of the salaried workforce and 15 per cent of the leadership group. We have to mention that the carmaker had previously received this distinction back in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
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