October 15, 2020

Data#3 Awarded Women in Technology Corporate Employer of Choice

October 14, 2020; Brisbane, Australia: Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, today announced that it has been named the Women in Technology (WiT) 2020 Corporate Employer of Choice.

Awarded across a national pool of applicants, Data#3 was selected for the award based on the demonstration of deliberate action towards being an employer of choice, with a concerted focus on driving increased diversity within the technology industry.

With a holistic approach to diversity and employee engagement, Data#3’s employee programs include Women in Impact, OH&S in the home, flexible work arrangements, parental leave and mental health support. Data#3 also engages in pay equality workflow and sophisticated benchmarking, demonstrating a strong commitment to pay equity.

The award is testament to the ongoing commitment of the organisation to its people, and the prioritisation of employee experience and wellbeing across all facets of the business.

The second Corporate Employer of Choice distinction bestowed to Data#3 from WiT, Data#3 previously secured the award in 2017.

Data#3 Group Manager of Organisational Development and Human Resources, Tash Macknish, commented, “Data#3 is a company with HEART: we work to ensure our core values of Honesty, Excellence, Agility, Respect and Teamwork are exemplified across the entire business. We’re thrilled to receive this award from Women in Technology. Across the organisation, we are deeply committed to a culture of inclusion and flexibility. Congratulations to the entire Data#3 team on this achievement.”

Data#3 Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Laurence Baynham, commented, “We are extremely pleased to be recognised by WiT through the Corporate Employer of Choice Award. Accompanying the launch of Data#3’s Diversity and Inclusion program, this distinction is further evidence of our strong commitment to our people. Congratulations to the entire Data#3 team on this achievement.”

Women in Technology (WiT) President Dr Claudia Giurgiuman said it had been a unique year for the WiT Awards.

“This has been a record-breaking year for the WiT Awards, receiving over 440 nominations across 14 categories and attracting more than 400 people to the online presentation event,” said Dr Giurgiuman.