International Women’s Day (IWD) is all about celebrating the achievements and accomplishments of all the amazing women around us. Signifying how far we have come as a society.
The day first made its way to Australia as the Militant Women’s Movement called for equal pay for equal work. In 1931, annual marches began in Sydney and Melbourne and continue to be held today!
The campaign theme for IWD 2023, set by the United Nations Australia, is Cracking The Code: Innovation for a gender equal future. This theme puts emphasis on the part that transformative ideas, technologies, and accessible education can have in fighting prejudice and the exclusion of women all over the world.
Julia manages all things product and software development to ensure that everything you see in the WorkSafe Guardian app and Management Portal remains acceptable. So that we are able to continue delivering the best lone worker safety products.
Julia has been working in the software development industry for 18 years. Beginning with training and development, she continued to progress and moved into her current role of product management. To put it simply, Julia is the teams go to for all things development but also, everything else. She truly knows the ins and outs of so many parts of the business!
Sam is the WorkSafe Guardian Team Administrator and manages all things compliance! Previous to WorkSafe Guardian, Sam worked within the financial industry. As a result of this, she was able to learn a lot about compliance and the importance of Information Security.
Sam is currently completing her bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Communications. So, she is able to apply her range of knowledge throughout multiple different areas of the business. Most recently she’s been helping with all WSG Support related enquiries, so you may already know exactly who Sam is!
Kayla is our Sales Support who specialises in creating the best experience for all clients and delivering results each time! Before joining the WorkSafe Guardian team, she was living in London, working in a similar role. But recently moved back to Australia after everything that was COVID-19 in the UK (read more about her experience here).
Kayla has a background in direct marketing and data analysis. Because of this, she is able to transform data into something much easier to understand. Since joining WorkSafe Guardian, Kayla has been a great addition to the team. Always ensuring that we’re producing the best service at all times.
Rachel manages all things digital marketing and communications, from website design and content to social media advertising. Rachel makes sure that the content and communications she puts out is clear and effective to help convey WorkSafe Guardian’s message to everyone.
Prior to her career in Marketing, Rachel studied Biomedical Science. She has learnt a lot from those studies and although she decided to have a career change into Marketing she hopes that she can inspire others to follow their dreams even if it seems daunting.
Our newest member of the WorkSafe Guardian team is Carly! She has joined the team as a support trainee. If you ever call in to WorkSafe Guardian, you will most likely be greeted by her cheerful voice. Carly excels in helping all our customers with their support needs and is always going above and beyond to resolve client requests.
Carly is looking forward to growing and learning with the team at WorkSafe Guardian.