Introducing National Work + Family Standards for Workplaces
National Work + Family Standards inform employers of the minimum and best practice policies and practices they can invest in to create a family friendly workplace culture.
Be certified as a family friendly workplace
Organisations are assessed against the Standards and can be awarded Certification as a Family Inclusive Workplace™
This is a community of organisations united in driving a global change to create family friendly workplaces.
Introducing Family Friendly Workplaces
National Work + Family Standards provide employers with a benchmark
of best practice guidelines that support employees meet their work, family and wellbeing needs.
The Family Friendly Workplaces recognition framework certifies employers as a
Family Inclusive Workplace™.
UNICEF Australia and Parents At Work, alongside 23 founding and supporting partner organisations, have come together to develop a set of National Work + Family Standards, and create the Family Friendly Workplaces certification.
Family Inclusive Workplace™ Certified Companies
Businesses setting the standard across the globe
What is a Family Friendly Workplace?
Family Friendly Workplaces strive to reduce the tension that exists between work and family by embedding and promoting policies and practices that genuinely support employees to thrive at work and at home.
Family Friendly policies are defined as those that “positively impact an employee’s ability to reconcile work and family life commitments”.
Why certify? Hear from our leaders...
CEO | Karitane
CEO | Parents At Work
CEO | ING Australia
Director | Randstad Australia
Ready to take the next step?
In July 2019, UNICEF
launched new evidence and recommendations to advance family-friendly workplaces.
This is now an imperative as governments, businesses and communities respond to the
impact of COVID-19 on work
and family life.