Accommodation Association centres workplace culture as new council members elected
Australia’s peak accommodation body is looking to preach some girl power with a new focus on normalising women. Not sure what that means? Find out here.
Give your clients a taste of international travel on the Central Coast
by Sponsored by Central Coast Council
Give your clients a taste of just how spectacular domestic travel can be by sending them to this showcase of multiculturalism on the Central Coast.
GBTA launches Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Committee
Kudos to the Global Business Travel Association and its new committee, which will focus on promoting fairer places of work in the corporate travel space.
“We simply have not done enough”: Expedia CEO promises bigger diversity push following George Floyd’s death
This is a very welcome pledge from Expedia’s boss, particularly given the company’s executive leadership team is made up entirely of white men.
Expedia pushes for more diversity and inclusion with new industry group
It’s hats off to Mark Okerstrom and the team at Expedia for this super industry initiative – not that anyone at Travel Weekly wears hats, mind you.
Brexit, Hong Kong and disruption to blame for “challenging” start to FY20: Flight Centre MD
Flight Centre held its annual general meeting yesterday, addressing the lack of women on its board and the company’s tricky start to the financial year.
“Get comfortable being uncomfortable”: IHG’s Leanne Harwood on creating a sustainable work culture
by Christian Fleetwood
The regional boss of IHG believes business leaders must encourage staff to make bold decisions in the face of “an unprecedented period of growth” across the industry.
What you didn’t know about the most diverse country in the world
by Harriet Morris
To be fair, what we don’t know could fill several libraries. But here’s what you may have missed about the country that was just crowned as the world’s most diverse.
Conservatives are mad at Jetstar’s diversity efforts: “Stop encouraging anti-biology garbage”
by Daisy Doctor
In shock news to the entire Travel Weekly office, some Australians are getting cranky about an act of kindness and tolerance. Well, we never.
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