At Avanade, we’re committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. We value every one of our people, because we know that diverse ideas, perspectives and experiences make us a better company. More innovative. Productive. Smarter. Faster.
And as the world and our communities continue to evolve, we will remain focused on bringing together diverse and talented individuals to collaborate and create better solutions for our clients and their customers.
Learn more about Avanade’s work in the community on our Corporate Citizenship page.
With us, you’ll have access to a variety of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) to keep you connected and supported throughout your career at Avanade. These groups capitalise on the energy, passion, and experience of our employees to foster inclusion and create a more aware organisation.
Our current teams include LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Questioning, and Allies), Veterans and Women. Each group supports their own members, as well as the broader company through a variety of initiatives, including; events, networking opportunities, resources, guidance, information, and encouragement.
Broader impact, bigger change
Avanade is proud be among leading organisations who are taking a stand for gender equity, both in and outside the workplace.
At a corporate and local level, we strive each day to reaffirm our commitment to developing the careers of women in technology. That includes sponsoring events like Grace Hopper, the largest gathering of women technologists in the world, or celebrating International Women’s Day with more than 70 events globally.
We have also teamed with like-minded corporate partners who are as passionate as we are about strengthening the role of women in the workplace, including Women in Technology International, Anita Borg Institute and Catalyst.
We support the real you, from training and development to work-life balance.
We partner with Junior Achievement Europe to educate, upskill and empower over 500 girls in STEM.
Our scholarship program invests in STEM education for women.
Avanade supports employee-driven volunteer efforts by offering paid time off for volunteering and match funding for the donations they make
to their chosen charities. This is a core part of Corporate Citizenship at Avanade, helping improve the lives of people in the communities
where we work and on the planet that we share.
Working with Second Harvest Japan, Avanade volunteers served lunch to homeless people in Ueno Park one Saturday in July.
We’re industry ambassadors for Girl Geek Coffees, a group for students studying IT, engineering and science – with regular events in our Sydney and Melbourne offices.
Avanade employees participated in the Entreculturas race to raise money for vocational training in Ecuador.
Avanade and Accenture volunteers joined forces to clean-up the scenic Vancouver shoreline.
Learn more about our culture and what we provide to help you succeed.
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