Echo Entertainment remains dedicated to fostering a diverse and vibrant workforce in which all team members are treated without any barriers to information and opportunity.
Echo team members have voluntarily participated in a number of activities which support diversity at their property including: Harmony Day, Wear it Purple Day and White Ribbon Day.
Echo offers cultural awareness training programs including "LGBTI Pride in Diversity" session for managers and "cultural awareness" for all employees.
Echo has also implemented programs for female employees including the Women@Work program which offers networking and mentoring opportunities.
Talent & Education
Echo Entertainment implements development strategies that deliver talented and skilled team members who display professionalism, respect, courtesy and dignity.
Investment in leadership through structured training, mentoring and leadership programs underpinned by the Echo Development Pathway.
The establishment with TAFE Queensland of a new Hotel and Hospitality School.
Bigger, Brighter, Better program which provides a platform for employees to suggest innovative ideas to management.
Work Health & Safety
Echo Entertainment's commitment to work, health and safety is underpinned by a strong governance framework.
The board's People, Culture and Responsibility Committee monitors and WHS performance and oversees the identification and mitigation of workplace risks.
The WHS strategy comprises four major areas: leadership and culture, health and well-being, risk management and consultation, management systems and technology.