We look beyond our service offerings to identify other ways we can engage with local communities and make a meaningful contribution to the Australian way of life.
Through our workplace giving programme, we match the donations of our employees to our HeartsAtWork charity partners, dollar for dollar.
Since inception, HeartsAtWork has donated over $650K to our charity partners, making a substantial difference to those in need. Each year our fantastic staff fundraise by participating in special events, activities and salary donations.
“At Hindmarsh, our people are known for their passion and challenger spirit. Our HeartsAtWork program taps into this passion and spirit through our range of community programs including volunteering, awareness forums and fundraising events, plus payroll giving which Hindmarsh matches. We are committed to making a real and sustainable difference to communities in need and enabling our people to feel a sense of pride and connection within the community.” – Rowan Hindmarsh (CEO)
Hindmarsh are proud to support:
Hindmarsh have worked in partnership with our clients on several Indigenous engagement initiatives over the last 40 years. To build on this legacy, Hindmarsh officially began our journey to reconciliation through our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in 2023.
The artwork featured on the cover of our RAP “Pathways to Reconciliation” was created by Lani Balzan (www.aboriginalartbylani.com.au) a proud Aboriginal woman from the Wiradjuri people of the three-river tribe.
The artwork centrepiece represents Hindmarsh as a whole, it represents Hindmarsh’s connection and commitment to its reconciliation journey. The symbols surrounding the centrepiece signify the coming together of people.
At Hindmarsh, diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the core of who we are and how we operate. We strive to foster belonging and empowerment across our sites, people and day-to-day lives.
Hindmarsh are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes, and values diversity. We strive to build and nurture a culture where inclusiveness is a reflex, not an initiative.
Hindmarsh is proud to be a member of National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC). NAWIC is led by a team of passionate volunteers who strive to help champion and empower women in the construction and related industries to reach their full potential. At Hindmarsh, we are proud that over 25% of our employees are women.
Hindmarsh are proud to be a Supporter of Veterans’ Employment. Hindmarsh has signed the Veteran’s Employment Commitment and are committed to engaging veteran jobseekers wherever possible across our business.
We also understand the challenges that defence force partners/spouses can face when returning to or moving within the workforce as they support their partners deployments nationally. Hindmarsh can offer flexible working arrangements to support your unique circumstances.
To our men and women in uniform, past, present, and future, we thank you for your service.
At Hindmarsh we empower our staff, subcontractors and suppliers to take a proactive approach to safety. We believe everyone should go home safely every-day.
‘Don’t Walk By’ is a Hindmarsh Safety Campaign that encourages our subcontractors, clients and consultants to participate actively in the Hindmarsh Safety Framework.
The Don’t Walk By principles of ‘see it, fix it, report it’ remind everyone on site that we are all responsible for safety. Through this campaign, Hindmarsh aims to increase positive participation and create a culture of communication between our staff and subcontractors on sites.
Being a responsible partner in the communities in which we live and work is an essential part of Hindmarsh’s culture. We look beyond our every-day service offerings, and engage with our staff and communities to make a meaningful contribution.
Teamwork is one of our core values – this year Hindmarsh has committed to sponsoring several community teams, including:
We wish all these teams’ good luck throughout the season.
Hindmarsh understands and recognises that modern slavery is a global issue which impacts millions of people.
Hindmarsh is inherently aware that the construction industry presents higher risks of modern slavery. Globally an estimated 18% of modern slavery victims are found in the construction industry with at least 22% of forced labour victims being found in forestry, mining and quarrying, who supply to industries such as construction.
On this basis, with inherent risk factors in mind, Hindmarsh takes a meaningful and considered approach to identifying risks of modern slavery. We are pleased to set out our second modern slavery statement, the actions we have taken, the progress made but most importantly, what we intend to implement to address risks of modern slavery practices in our organisation and supply chains.