Citi is committed to diversity in the workplace and is recognized as an Employer of Choice for Women by the Federal Government's Equal Opportunity for Women in the Work Place Agency.
What does EOCFW stand for?
EOCFW stands for Employer of Choice for Women
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Samples in periodicals archive:
House of Representatives 1999: 23128) Employer of Choice for Women--Illustration of Australian 'Best Practice' The 'carrot' rather than 'stick' approach of the 1999 legislation is illustrated by its provision for Employer of Choice for Women citations, first awarded to fifty-five organisations in October 2001 to showcase innovation and best practice in gender equity.
Organizations that monitor workforce trends have taken notice: ANZ has been named an Employer of Choice for Women and was recently honored as the "Leading Australian Organisation for the Advancement of Women" (among employers with more than 500 employees).