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At AREA3, we are committed to corporate responsibility. Environmental sustainability forms a core aspect of our daily business practices.
We are an equal opportunity employer, and acknowledge the value of a diverse team. Regularly the team participates in charitable events as a group, which is an excellent way to give back to our local community.
AREA3 is committed to transferring our sustainable outlook to all of our projects. We enable our clients to work in an eco-friendly environment and help them develop business approaches and goals that allow their projects to be sustainable for their duration.
AREA3 embraces our green offices. Our Melbourne HQ is NABERs rated, we readily make use of Greenshare cars and we prefer to hold our interstate or international meetings via tele/video conferencing facilities rather than flying.
AREA3 is an equal opportunity company. We do not discriminate against employees on the basis of gender, or any other personal identifiers. We care about hiring and keeping hardworking, dedicated and intelligent people from all walks of life.
We also participate annually in International Women’s Day activities. These draw attention to the discrimination that many women still experience in the workplace. In addition to ensuring that our team remains sensitive to these issues, publicly announcing our support also encourages other businesses to look at their office culture and attitudes.
AREA3 are proud supporters of:
Vinnies CEO Sleepout. This is an event where leaders in business, community and government sleep without shelter on one of the longest nights of the year to help change the lives of Australians experiencing homelessness
Lifeline’s Stacks of Snacks Initiative and Stress Down Day Campaign. Lifeline provides ongoing crisis support services and meet the needs of our community’s most vulnerable.
Kids Under Cover supporter. They operate in QLD, VIC, and NSW responding to the needs of young people who are at risk of becoming homeless due to extreme conflict or overcrowding within the family home.