Transdev Australia celebrates multicultural diversity for Harmony Day

Asian dancers on s stage

Transdev has marked Harmony Day by celebrating diverse and inclusive workplaces with social enterprise group MTC Australia in Sydney today.

Transdev’s National Indigenous & Diversity Manager Sharon Stevenson and Head of Learning and Talent Kiersten Hocking, joined community groups and other local employers to speak at MTC’s “Everyone Belongs – Together we are stronger” MTC Harmony Day event.

MTC is a social enterprise that gives people from all walks of life the inspiration and capability through employment, training and programs.

Transdev fosters an inclusive workplace with jobs available for people from all backgrounds and skill levels.

Ms Stevenson said Transdev was committed to reflecting the diversity of all the communities we served.

We have people from more than 70 different nationalities working within Transdev workplaces across Australia and New Zealand. We support applications of diverse backgrounds regardless of their backgrounds, identity, experience, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or whether from a culturally or racially marginalised group.

Sharon Stevenson, Transdev’s National Indigenous & Diversity Manager 

Ms Hocking said it was rewarding to talk to potential employees and MTC, as a trusted employment partner, about a range of job opportunities.

We have a range of jobs now in our Sydney bus business as bus drivers and mechanics and apprentices as well our Sydney  trams as drivers, in customer service or as an authorised officers. We value the contributions from people from different backgrounds because we know it reflects the customers and communities we serve.

Kiersten Hocking, Transdev Head of Learning and Talent

Multicultural employees at Transdev Australia
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