Trivett Welcomes Exclusive Exemption...Trivett's exemption grant under Section 25 of the Anti Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW)
Trivett has received an exemption from the NSW Anti-Discrimination Board following a successful application to go on the hunt for female only car sales and service providers – addressing the industry’s traditional gender imbalance.
This is the first time such an exemption has been granted to the Australian automotive industry by the Board and is one of only of two exemptions it has granted in 2010 in total.
Males traditionally dominate the automotive industry - however we recognise that this is not necessarily in keeping with the current needs of our customers.
This exemption gives us an opportunity to address the gender imbalance within our business, with a view to improving our customers' experience.
Trivett is introducing new forms of training for its existing employees, who will shortly undergo an etiquette and workplace behaviour training program, looking at communication styles and faux pas to avoid! This is designed to better their understanding of female customers and their needs.
We anticipate that by increasing the number of female employees in key roles, this will help us to develop more positive and stronger relationships with our female customers, while developing a deeper understanding of women throughout our business.Click here
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