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AIEF Partners Among Australia’s Best Workplaces in 2022

As the world of work continues to transform, companies Australia-wide have been forced to step up to the plate. LinkedIn’s national 2022 Top Companies List celebrates businesses that are going above and beyond.

We are proud and excited that two of our partners, Commonwealth Bank and KPMG, have placed amongst this year’s best places to work.

Commonwealth Bank has ranked number 1 as one of the best places to grow your career in Australia. One of the country’s leading financial service providers, CommBank has recently made bold investments in technology and entrepreneurship. As part of their continued corporate social responsibility initiatives, CommBank has been supporting AIEF since 2008. They have also announced goals around diversity and inclusion, including a focus on gender equality in executive roles.

Ranking 23rd, accounting and consulting firm KPMG has also made waves as a leading innovative workplace. With exceptional career development opportunities and industry-leading personal and professional learning programs, they embody a successful employee retention model.

There is a growing cohort of AIEF Alumni in employment with AIEF Corporate Partners, including at Commonwealth Bank and KPMG.

As an organisation that champions opportunity, growth and equality, AIEF is gratful to have these companies as part of our community.

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