“We’re here to offer guidance and support to employers to enable them to access appropriate resources to support candidates when they apply for roles.”
Accor, which Mantra Mooloolaba Beach is a part of, is focused on creating a welcoming environment for team members from all walks of life.
Accor Apartments and Leases Regional General Manager for North Queensland and the Northern Territory, Winston Hall, said the hotel group is collectively committed to giving everyone unrestricted opportunity.
“As Australia’s largest hotel group, we are proud to take a leadership role in championing diversity and inclusivity,” Mr Hall said.
“For us, accepting diversity is not enough. Instead, we celebrate and encourage the diversity of our people and guests each day.
“We find embracing diversity and equal opportunities leads to a positive and productive workforce which ultimately results in career development, greater debate, decision-making and outcomes for our business, Australia’s hospitality industry and broader society.
“Diversity is what makes us different and we are very proud of our differences.
“We are so proud to partner with MAX Solutions to implement AccessAbility Day at Mantra Mooloolaba Beach and we hope this is the start of a long-lasting partnership.”
Image: Melanie Bernard, Dale Mackay, Darrell Harris and Rachael Bottomley at Mantra Mooloolaba Beach