How can you create an inclusive workplace? Find out how ahs hospitality made it happen here.

Labour services provider, ahs hospitality, has an overall employee base registering from 89 varied nationalities, and with talent hard to find, they know how important inclusivity is for their employees.

This is how ahs hospitality is investing in diversity and inclusion.

Harmony Week

Celebrating Australia’s rich cultural diversity, ahs hospitality commented that this is one of their most celebrated observances, with cultural cook-offs morning tea’s, brunches and lunches, to set aside time and learn about one-another’s diverse backgrounds.

It provides their employees the opportunity to talk about their different cultures, countries, foods, languages and identities, and celebrate their diversity as a company.

Reconciliation Action Plan

A Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is a strategic document committing to action as a company towards reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Recently, ahs hospitality had their latest RAP endorsed by Reconciliation Australia.

Executive General Manager Leanne Graham highlighted the benefit of being part of a network of companies, RGF Staffing APEJ, that could pool resources to achieve such an important feat.

Pride Month

The LGBTIQ community have always had a big influence on the growth and rejuvenation of the tourism and hospitality industries. That is one reason, among many, ahs hospitality have been building their inclusivity to further embrace the LGBTIQ community.

For Pride month 2022, ahs hospitality demonstrated their Pride in multiple ways from digital representation to sharing content supporting the importance and history of LGBTIQ rights within our communities.

We believe you have to be a fan of diversity to be in the hospitality industry, so why not celebrate it? We encourage hotels and hoteliers alike to reflect and think of ways they can create and influence a more diverse and inclusive company.